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Mark Peters : March 9th 2010 - 23:20 CET

Acer Aspire One 532G


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AcerAcer Aspire One 532G Netbook : Last year, the netbook appeared to be at the beginning of a large breakthrough. A year later, the opposite seems to be the case. The notebooks have become smaller and have actually been taking over the place that the netbooks should have been filling. Still, here and there we have seen some netbooks by manufacturers such as Samsung and in this case Acer. The Acer Aspire One 532G is the first netbook that is completely configured in order to be able to process HD multimedia content. According to an Acer spokesperson, the Acer One 532G netbook is equipped with a NVIDIA video card, namely NVIDIA's Ion 2. With this NVIDIA video card, 1080p content can be viewed without a problem.
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Acer Aspire One 532G
Therefore, the Acer Aspire 532G Ion2 netbook is unprecedentedly powerful for a netbook. Complaints that have been heard several times are that with heavy software applications a netbook will quickly slow down so that it can no longer function normally. The Acer Aspire One 532GB’s 10,1-inch format LED-backlit screen smoothly shows 720p High Definition video with 7.1-channel sound, which is still pretty impressive.

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If it can remain that impressive for a longer period of time is still to be seen in practice. Acer claims it has 10 hours of battery life, but this will undoubtedly be in the best case scenario, without any HD or any other type of video content. It is also possible to play 3D games with the Acer Aspire One netbook. We have not been able to try this out yet, but let one thing be clear… 3D is only interesting for large displays. Think about 52-inch and larger, well, it could be a bit smaller, but in any case no 3D gaming on a 10-inch screen.

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Acer Aspire One 532G
The remaining technical specifications sound good, Wi-Fi, low-energy, HDMI video output and the possibility of 3G by integrating the configuration. In sum, a new Acer netbook that has something to offer for the modern all-market multimedia junkie! You can of course also just browse, e-mail and edit your standard Word documents…




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