Acer Aspire 5951G NVIDIA Graphics Driver
Built around the combination of a Sandy Bridge Intel Core i5 processor and NVIDIA graphics, with Dolby Sound, this aims to be a multimedia. Aspire G Specifications (v) (nit), Acer CineCrystal™ LED-backlit TFT LCD NVIDIA® GeForce® GT M with MB of dedicated DDR3. Buy Acer Aspire Ethos G inch Laptop (Intel Core iQM Processor, RAM 8GB, HDD GB, NVIDIA GeForce GT M, Windows 7 Home.
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Acer Aspire 5951G NVIDIA Graphics Driver
Other touches include dropped hinges on the screen, and a metal tray for the keyboard and media buttons. The rest of the Ethos is a tough black plastic that should cope with fingerprints and general wear and tear.
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It's certainly not a lightweight machine though, weighing in at a hefty 3. Keyboard and unusual trackpad The Ethos has the same isolated keyboard as the Aspirebut with a white backlight.
There's a switch for the backlighting just by the left Acer Aspire 5951G NVIDIA Graphics hinge; tap the button to turn on the lights. Oddly there's also a function key option too, which seems like overkill. Along with the keyboard backlight control, the buttons near the left screen hinge include a programmable key.
As a nice touch, Acer Aspire 5951G NVIDIA Graphics default setting is to start the launch manager, the tool for programming the key. You get the usual arrangement of control and media keys as options on the function and editing keys, including one that lets you turn off the touch pad - handy when using the keyboard for gaming. While you're admiring its glossy glass finish and smooth surface, slide the switch on the front of the laptop and watch the pad lift up and hover, gently vibrating in place as an invitation to pick it up.
Strangely, it's also a removable media remote that allows you to pop it out, and take it away to control movies and music. Click the button in the top left of the pad and it cycles through different modes, lighting up different functions as icons in each.
There are limitations with the pad - for one thing there's no multitouch, and no gesture support, and Acer Aspire 5951G NVIDIA Graphics fact, no tap support at all. So if you want to do more than click to select, you really do need to have Acer Aspire 5951G NVIDIA Graphics pad plugged into the Ethos, which rather gets in the way of using it as it was meant to be used. The glossy surface is also a little awkward, as it's very prone to fingerprints.
But being able to control your laptop from across the room while you sit comfortably on the sofa is a really good idea.
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Screen and AV quality The For example, the numpad already yields a bit during normal typing use. In return, the display can score thanks to its good torsional stiffness.
Merely the display's lid can be dented slightly, as it is the case in many laptops. This doesn't cause image deviations, though. The display's hinges can't completely prevent the display from teetering, but keep the display in place most of the time. However, only two of the four RAM slots Acer Aspire 5951G NVIDIA Graphics be accessed. Connectivity The Acer Aspire Ethos G bids a wide range of possibilities here, for example, to connect external hard disks to the laptop.
In addition to USB 2. Thus, pretty much every interface for external hard disks is covered. Otherwise there aren't any strangers among the interfaces. Unfortunately, Acer has placed most ports quite far front. While this is still tolerable on the right, since only the three audio jacks and a USB port are here, it quickly Acer Aspire 5951G NVIDIA Graphics crowded on the left.
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Moreover, it's just the USB ports that are placed very close to each other. No interfaces Communication There's no reason for complaint in terms of communication.
WLAN networks are taken care of by a Broadcom module for wireless connections. The wireless module transmits via the standards Scope of Delivery There's nothing special here. Besides the laptop, there is the power adapter including cables and the usual documentation in the box. There is also a demo Blu-Ray.
We're not quite sure about what the sense of this Blu-Ray is, though. This data carrier will likely end up in the recycling Acer Aspire 5951G NVIDIA Graphics after the first test run. We would have preferred a recovery DVD.