Summary: The new entry level. Acer doesn't dare making any extensive experiments on the Aspire 5750G. Rather than installing a GeForce GT 520M or GT 540M, a GeForce 610M, respectively GT 630M is now found under the hood. Will the time-proven 15 inch case nevertheless still be attractive in 2012?
Pros: Good application performance, Good battery life, Cool components, Affordable price, Nice looks, The fan doesn't get annoying even in 3D applications.
Cons: Creaking wrist rest, Feedback poor keyboard, CPU throttling during full load, Third rate screen, Moderate gaming performance, Wobbly lid, No USB 3.0, A good screen that lives up to the claim of the multimedia category.
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...
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
Summary: So, after performing our standard benchmarks on the Acer Aspire 5750, we have to end our analysis by saying that this laptop is quite capable. It will never ever be as grand as others, but it will certainly not be the worst out there.
Summary: Hello, and good bye again. Intel's Sandy Bridge CPUs were slowly finding their way into new notebooks. Among others, Acer's Aspire 5750G, a multimedia all-rounder with a 2630QM quad core and Nvidia GT540M. Beyond that, Nvidia Optimus provides a quiet office use and good battery runtimes.
Pros: Attractive, compact case, Mostly matt, resistant surfaces, Very good application performance, Good 3D, gaming performance, Acceptable soundscape, Optimized power consumption with Nvidia Optimus, Good battery life in operation without load, Sandy Bridge even moves into inexpensive all-rounders wit...
Cons: Unfavorable port positioning, Unusual keyboard, Intensely reflective display, High heat development possible, Moderate sound quality, Improvements would have probably still been possible in view of the surface temperatures.
Summary: • Intel Pentium Dual Core (2nd Generation) • 2 GB DDR3 RAM • 15.6 inches, Active Matrix TFT Color HD LCD Screen • Windows 7 Home Basic • Mobile Intel HM65 Express Chipset • 6-cell Lithium ion 4400 mAh battery • Hard Disk Drive of SATA 500GB • Intel HD Graphics 3000 Graphics Processor • Internal...
Pros: Intel Pentium Dual Core (2nd Generation) , 2 GB DDR3 RAM , 15.6 inches, Active Matrix TFT Color HD LCD Screen , Windows 7 Home Basic , Mobile Intel HM65 Express Chipset , 6-cell Lithium ion 4400 mAh battery , Hard Disk Drive of SATA 500GB , Intel HD Graphics 3000 Graphics Processor , Internal mem...
Cons: Although the screen is large, it is average , Processor could have been more up-graded one , Even OS could have been up-graded from Windows Home Basic
Excerpt: Acer has produced some excellent mid-range laptops recently, and the Aspire 5750 looks to be no exception. On paper, the Core i5 processor, massive 8GB of RAM and spacious 500GB hard disk should be hard to beat for the price, but look past the high base specs and this laptop is a bit more basic.
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.