Summary: For $599, the Acer Aspire 5755-6647 is a good choice for bargain-hunters. It delivers solid performance for everyday tasks and a quality 15.6-inch display for enjoying multimedia. Our only issue with the system is it's narrow and somewhat stiff mouse bar. Consumers looking for more graphics oomph should check out the AMD-powered $599 Gateway NV55S05u, but the Acer beats it in most other aspects. Overall, the Acer Aspire 5755-6647 is an attractive value-priced laptop.
Summary: The Acer Aspire 5755 retails at a price of Rs. 29,354 and comes pre-installed with Windows 7 Home Basic. Build quality and battery life was average, but it is quite cheap as compared to the Lenovo G570, which has similar specs. The 5755 will appeal to people wanting a no-nonsense, no-frills notebook. As far as design is concerned, the all-metal finish of the Lenovo Z570 could appeal more to some. However, on its own the Acer Aspire 5755 is a decent buy.
Summary: All-rounder with GeForce GT 630M. Acer is one of the first manufacturers to build in the brand new GeForce 600 series from Nvidia. The battery life of the Aspire 5755G isn't to be neglected either, despite the installed quad core CPU and midrange GPU: The Optimus technology makes it possible. The stylish design and attractive price are other selling points.
Pros: Moderate noise level, Good battery life, Good input devices, Compact power adapter, Graphics switching, Great performance, The fan doesn't get unpleasantly loud during load.
Cons: Few interfaces, High temperature development, CPU throttling during full load, Contrast weak glare screen, Sensitive lid, A feasible screen - preferably with a non-glare surface.
Excerpt: Acer’s Aspire 5755G laptop offers some powerful specs for less than £880 and in principle sounds like a decent, mid-priced laptop, but does it offer enough to meet our aspirations of good value? We took a closer look to find out….
Summary: The Acer Aspire 5755 sells for a maximum retail price of Rs. 29,999. For that price, the laptop makes a good case for a basic 15-inch laptop for home use - it has good hardware, decent feature set and delivers expected performance without disappointing a whole lot. It will be hard to get a similar configuration for a laptop sold by Dell, Lenovo, or HP, and with so many features.
Pros: Attractive price, Useful proprietary software, Choices of colour, Good performance
Cons: Single mouse button, Slightly washed out screen, Ordinary onboard sound, despite Dolby software
Conclusion: With the Aspire 5755G Acer has delivered a solid home PC laptop that's a good all-rounder. It performs well for applications, video and gaming, with better than average multimedia performance, and has reasonable battery life. All-in-all, just what we'd expect from a Core i7 Sandy Bridge machine - especially for under £900. If you're after a first home machine, or an upgrade to the latest technology, the Aspire is well worth a look.
Pros: Good screen, NVIDIA Optimus graphics, Dolby sound
Cons: Unusual split keys on keyboard, unnecessary numeric keypad
Excerpt: We were impressed with Acer’s Aspire 5750G; its processor wasn’t particularly powerful, but the dedicated graphics card made it a highly competent mid-range gaming monster. When we heard the company was producing an updated version, we couldn’t wait to get our hands on it, but were surprised to see that the new 5755G isn’t just a simple processor upgrade - it uses an entirely new chassis.
Conclusion: Ноутбук является частичной копией модели Aspire 5750. Различия есть только в дизайне и сборке корпуса, а в другом наша модель полная копия, поэтому она и не стала достаточно известной, ведь даже в названии отличается только одна цифра, что не слишком заметно для неопытного покупателя. К достоинствам можно отнести простота сборки, рациональность дизайна, удобная клавиатура, возможность легкой установки драйверов.