Conclusion: Despite the fact that the Acer Aspire 5750G trailed the Lenovo G570 on our productivity and media-file-conversion tests, we saw plenty to like in this laptop. The feature list, the improvements in sound quality, the long battery life, and its impressive 3D performance make for a very well-rounded machine for the money.
Pros: Strong 3D performance for the price, Supports Nvidia Optimus graphics-switching technology, Excellent battery life, Slick Clear.fi multimedia application
Cons: Mediocre Webcam, Subdued design, No dedicated media-control keys
Conclusion: The Acer Aspire AS5733Z laptop has been expressly engineered to meet the everyday computing and leisure needs of discerning end-users hankering after a temperately priced machine. It offers great multitasking, good connectivity options and pretty impressive graphics. At the given price-point, the Acer Aspire AS5750 tidily packages excellent features and adroit performance into a stylish design, and certainly delivers a bigger bang for your buck!
Summary: This is probably the most powerful notebook that I have ever used. A look at the Windows Experience index will show that. If you are looking for a powerful notebook then this should certainly be on a very short list of items.
Acer Aspire 5750G review: A good value 15.6in laptop for home users
Good Gear Guide.au
23 August 2011
Summary: With a three-digit price tag and a 2nd Gen Core i5 CPU, the Aspire 5750G represents good value for money. It does have some drawbacks, such as a glossy screen and it could use a better keyboard and touchpad, but overall it's a nice laptop that would suit home users and students.
Pros: Good value, USB 3.0
Cons: Glossy screen, Keyboard and touchpad could be better, No Bluetooth