Acer Aspire 6920 Review

These days the Acer Aspire 6920G sets a new course with a new design introduced, which is noticeably based on the previous Gemstone design. The most imperative distinction is the pioneering display, which bring about a new format of the case. A 16:9 aspect ratio display and a touch sensitive console named CineDash Media Console, textured surface of the palm rest areas that makes feel nice to touch and that seamlessly integrated the touch pad, integrated 6in1 Card Reader, which supports SD, MMC, MMCplus, MS, MS PRO, xD, are some of the main features of Acer Aspire 6920. But there are even more to be discussed along, as it has bundles and bundles of advantages that keep it abreast of competition.

Acer Aspire 6920 Photo

Acer Aspire 6920 Photo

Acer Aspire 6920 is a notebook that has been designed as reference for the definitive entertainment, a display with an aspect ratio used for films is just right. The display of the notebooks has a resolution of 1366×768 pixels, so, it does not support full HD resolution of 1900×1080 pixels, but only lower resolutions in 16:9 aspect ratios. On the other hand, Aspire 6920G has a genuine full HD display, a resolution of 1900×1080 pixels, and this has an impact of the price. Although Blu-Ray, wide-screen displays respectively HD-DVD, HDMI, and HDCP originate in the film and TV technology are omnipresent in this notebook.

Acer Aspire 6920

Acer Aspire 6920

To talk on the look of the notebook, the palm rest areas, whose textured surface feels nice to the touch and which seamlessly integrates the touch pad. The other appearance look is subjugated by a not centered keyboard, and to left of the keyboard, there is the CineDash Media Console, this is a touch-sensitive console. One great benefit out of this notebook is that it comes with a base unit and display well resistant against applied forces. But only weak-point with Acer 6920G is that it has the battery that slightly quivers.

Back side is equipped with hinges that supports in the ease opening mechanism. The interfaces provided by the Acer Aspire 6920 G are the integrated 6in1 Card Reader, that supports SD, MMC, MMCplus, MS, MS PRO, xD with a optical drive at the right side near the front. This notebook is supplied with 3 USB 2.0 ports, an antenna that integrated TV tuner. Some of the other hardware configurations of this notebook are the power connector at the hinge, modem, LAN, a VGA port and USB 2.0 port and a HDMI port with HDCP support. Along with these there is a headphone port or a S/PDIF out, a microphone port, and a Line-In port. Finally, the Acer Aspire is also equipped with an ExpressCard slot at the narrowed part of this side. That’s the whole interface equipment, which is except of a FireWire port complete. Next to talk on the data communication supported by the Acer Aspire 6920G notebook, this is equipped with a 10/100/1000 Gigabit LAN module by Atheros (AR8121/AR8113), which makes fast wired data transfer via network, and an Intel Wireless module (4965AGN) 802.11a/b/g/n. Endowed with attuned router, which also support n-standard, the wireless transfer rates are also outstanding.

Moreover, this notebook is outfitted with a built-in 56k modem (V.92), a CIR port -Consumer Infra-red and a Bluetooth module 2.0+EDR and a web cam, thus enabling the capacity of video conferences via Skype are possible. One another feature of this Acer Aspire 6920G is the fingerprint reader- that is with the anti-theft protection with Kensington lock.


One Comment

  1. jason hunter
    Posted December 5, 2008 at 8:36 pm |

    Just bought this laptop a couple of months ago at The Source I paied $869. + tax. I am realy pleased with the performance of online gameing and platform games.

    Awsome deal
    Call of Duty 4
    Half Life 2

    Good for middle stage gamers