Test Acer Aspire 5920 Laptop
The Aspire 5920 is a relatively compact laptop that features the latest technology. Very attractive, it is sold at very aggressive. Competitors have better watch out.
The new frame computers of the Aspire range is heavily loaded with rounded shapes that break radically with the austere room. The finish is good especially with a black hull painted very successful. Moreover footprint is actually quite low despite the 15.4 inch screen.
Tactile buttons for quick access decorate the blue illuminated keypad. This is nice, the seizure is conducted quickly and without errors attributable to the keys. These are more extensive than previously which also participates in the overall comfort. The race is low with good firmness. Given the size of the Aspire 5920, we are not surprised by the lack of a keypad. However, it is regrettable that the enter key is so small even if you get used very quickly. The touchpad is large and accurate, it responds perfectly to the slightest touch. The Aspire 5920 is extremely quiet and virtually no heating.
Connectivity is rich and intelligently spread over the sides of the chassis. Very complete, the Aspire 5920 lacks nothing in front with an infra red port, a multi-card reader formats, headphone, microphone and line-in and a handy scroll wheel to adjust the volume level.
The recorder and a USB take place on the right spine, while the bulk of the connections are grouped on the left spine. Thus we find three USB ports, RJ45, RJ11, FireWire and VGA outputs, S-Video and HDMI. This is very useful to switch the display to a high definition compatible television. Too bad no HD player is built like the Aspire 7720 which we will offer the test soon. Finally, fans of video conferencing and other instant messaging fans will be delighted to learn that a webcam is integrated directly above the screen. The resolution is low (300 000 pixels) but is more than enough for this type of use.