Excerpt: Imagine if you stayed awake for 96 hours straight with only Jolt Cola, Southern Comfort, and Corn Nuts for sustenance. Now imagine that after those four surreal days, you were then asked to design a laptop computer.
Pros: Respectable features and solid performance. Decent battery life (2 hours, 20 minutes). Very loud speakers. Packed with high-def features.
Cons: At 7 pounds, the heaviest 15.4-inch notebook we’ve seen all year. Webcam on spring-mounted lid latch (meant to resemble a car door) is just a bad idea. Slow hard drive. Integrated video/media suite as clunky as the hardware. A 0 price cut would make sense – those seem to be fashionable these days.
Summary: As a stand alone machine, the Acer Aspire 5920G is a great machine with plenty of power for the average user, and enough for power users to get by. By comparison to Acer's previous models it's an excellent unit with plenty of good improvements.
Pros: Speakers (with sub-woofer), HD-DVD ROM, HDMI output, New look, Battery life
Cons: Not a high resolution screen to go with the HD-DVD player
Summary: Though it's bulky, the Acer Aspire 5920 makes a great choice for buyers who want both a media-friendly laptop and a portable HD DVD player that plugs into their home theatre.
Pros: High-end features, including HD DVD drive, HDMI-out, S/PDIF, and Dolby Home Theatre sound, Handy media controls, Decent speakers, Lengthy battery life, Comfortable keyboard, Easy-to-use system management software
Cons: Heavy, Native resolution not as high as we'd like, Display wobbles easily, Glossy screen finish results in distracting reflections, Lacks a fingerprint reader.
Conclusion: Acer Aspire 5920G Después de un periodo de tiempo notebookCHECK no analizó portátiles Acer, la Acer Aspire 5920G hizo un buen comienzo . En especial el nuevo case y diseño lograron puntos altos .