Thursday, January 24, 2013

ASUS-X75A

ASUS X75A is relatively new in the no-nonsense model that is a function of style. It is a simple black design is that it looks like the standard black laptop almost a decade ago. The exterior is covered with a matte finish, which helps to keep the traces and fingerprints outside, but it is not a soft touch to see some laptop models on the market.

The system is based on an Intel Core i5-3210m dual core mobile processor. This differs from Core i7 Quad Core processors, the number of 17-inch laptops, but it is a more value-oriented. Frankly, the Core i5 processor meets the needs of many people in your medium tasks. This is really only for people who are looking for a high performance gaming or video editing really need something faster. The disadvantage of this is that it wills only 4GB of DDR3 memory, which is really the minimum functionality now. It would be nice to see either 6 or 8 GB of memory more fluid between applications, but Windows 8 is a pretty decent job with memory management.
ASUS-X75A review

As it is a system based on value, the storage properties are a little more relaxed. For example, it includes a 500 GB hard drive that is slightly smaller than the number of cash register systems class normally have 750 GB or even terabyte now. In addition, the disc rotates quiet speed 5400rpm. ASUS boasts experience almost instantaneous, but it is only after the system has been Standby or Hibernate. Cold start takes much longer than thirty seconds. If you need more storage space, a USB 3.0 port for use with high speed external drives. It is disappointing that there is only one port, the largest mobile competitor’s offer two or three. It's still a dual-layer DVD burner for playback and recording of CD or DVD, even if it loses its meaning.

The main reason why most people choose laptops is the screen more. The 17.3-inch panel X75A has a native resolution of 1600x900. Although it does not fully support native 1080p high-definition video, it is a standard resolution for most laptops in its price range. The performance of the screen is fairly typical of the glory of the good and decent viewing angles. The big drawback is that the graphics are powered by an Intel HD Graphics 4000, which is built on the Intel Core i5. This is great for someone who does not really intend to use the system for 3D games or perhaps accelerate applications such as Photoshop. Graphics that do not offer, however, is the ability to accelerate media encoding when using Quick Sync compatible applications.

ASUS has been one of the major companies embrace isolated keyboard design layout, but X75A lost a little. In particular, the keys offer a tapered leading edge which is not in many of their other laptops. The result is an experience that did not quite live up to the precision and speed that some of their other models. Some of these may have to do with the size and spacing of the keys as well. The keyboard has a good amount of space to the left and right of the keyboard makes it designed to hold a laptop of 15 inches. On the other hand, the extra space will not allow a spacious trackpad. It uses the embedded keys that are a little disappointing, because they do not have problems registering between rights and left clicks from time to time, but at least the multi-touch support for Windows 8 is good.
ASUS-X75A

Battery for ASUS X75A uses a quite normal six pack cell 47WHr capacity of. In the experiment video playback, which resulted in a little over three and a half hour operation time before had to go into standby mode. This is a little below average, but it is not far from most laptops use a similar capacity to the packaging of the paste. Use a lighter to make it last more than four days, and the whole calculation is not something that a 17-inch laptop are known.
  •     Intel Core i5-3210M Dual Core Mobile Processor
  •     4GB PC3-12800 DDR3 Memory
  •     500GB 5400rpm SATA Hard Drive
  •     8x DVD+/-RW Dual Layer Burner
  •     17.3" WSXGA+ (1600x900) Display With VGA Webcam
  •     Intel HD Graphics 4000 Integrated Graphics
  •     Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11b/g/n Wireless
  •     One USB 3.0, Two USB 2.0, HDMI, VGA, 3-in-1 Card Reader
  •     16.5" x 11.1" x 1.4" @ 6.6 lbs.
  •     Windows 8, Office Starter

The Price of ASUS-X75A is around $700 and $800 USB but it is better to visit acer official site for price confirmation.

The driver and service manual can easily be download from acer official site.

http://support.asus.com/download/

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