Acer Aspire 6920G
The Acer Aspire 6920G is division of the company’s novel Gemstone Blue series of entertainment-focused notebooks that all exercise Blu-ray drives. There’s further to this apparatus than plainly Blu-ray, though. It also boasts a rapid graphics chip, pioneering touch-sensitive media controls and Dolby Home Theatre virtual surround reverberation
Like its brother, the Acer Aspire 8920G, the 6920G is definitely an eye-catching notebook. The lid is completed in lustrous piano black and the Acer emblem in the centre lights up when the notebook is turned on. Open up the notebook and you’ll find a roomy keyboard that’s flanked on the left by Acer’s Cine-Dash console. On the total there isn’t much to grumble about on the 6920G. As we’re fussy, we’ll whine about the keyboard. The keys are fighting fit and spaced precisely, but they feel plasticky when compared to many other notebooks we’ve reviewed.
It’s appealingly handy when it comes to gaming too, as Acer has utilized a devoted NVidia Geforce 9500M GS chip with 512MB of RAM. It’s not shocking that the notebook turned in a vigorous score of 4,024 in 3DMark 2006. The 9500 chip also has an additional trick up its sheathing it also tunes in an NVidia Pure Video HD technology that serves hardware decoding of HD video; it’s functional when you would like to watch HD movies by way of the Blu-ray drive, while motionless having additional processing power for performing other tasks in the conditions.
It has to be revealed that movies and games seem great on the 16-inch flaunt. It’s crusty and pointed, thanks to the 1,366×768-pixel resolution and because it has a suitable 16:9 aspect ratio rather than the 16:10 used on most notebooks you don’t avail any black bars when inspecting widescreen movies.
Toshiba has elevated the bar to some extent for audio on notebooks by choosing for Harman Kardon speakers on its entertainment variants. The 6920G is no stoop when it comes to presentation. The amalgamation of the Intel Core 2 Duo T8100 2.1GHz processor and 4GB of memory assisted it push itself to an remarkable score of 5,044 in PC Mark 2005, steaming it one of the better performing Core 2 Duo-based notebooks we’ve reviewed lately.
Also, to truly make the majority of HD movies on Blu-ray, some people may favor a 1080p display, rather than the 1,366×768-pixel resolution one utilized here. This alternative is accessible if you are keen to shell out an additional £150 for the elevated design model.
The Aspire 6920G truly intimidated us. It seems great, sounds great and has a superior display. It also offers up muscular recital from both the processor and graphics accelerator chip. If you’re on the bazaar for a delightfully priced desktop replacement notebook that can take care of your amusement needs, it’s positively merit serious deliberation.
+ Quality built,
+ Good value for money,
+ Acer options of connectivity ports,
+ Lots of variants to choose from
– Plastic keyboard,
– Display option at additional amount.