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Acer AX3910-U4022 (PT.SED02.016) Pentium dual-core E5800(3.20GHz) 4GB DDR3 1TB HDD Capacity Intel GMA X4500HD Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

Acer AX3910-U4022 (PT.SED02.016) Pentium dual-core E5800(3.20GHz) 4GB DDR3 1TB HDD Capacity Intel GMA X4500HD Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
alaAverage 4.5

2 reviews

Jul, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the usability. The size also gets good reviews.

value for money, size, usability

On average, users rate this product 90/100.

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Acer Aspire AX3910-U4022

 

In all, this is an amazing computer for the cost and size. I would by another if my other XP box dies. Don't know why they're out of stock and maybe not replenished. It's a great computer as are my other two Acers.

Small size, numerous features, ports and capabilities, easy to setup with Win7

HD activity light embedded in power button assembly and same color. DVD eject button needs to pushed hard to open. Can be fixed by adding a layer of tape on top of present one. Manual door open hole partially hidden on bottom-left of drive well

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Great Buy!

 

If I were to use this as an HTC, I'd get an expansion video card. I understand that the onboards doing Hi-Def don't fare as well as a good card.

Looking at the other units in this size and price range this one seems to be the best deal. Checking the hardware on more expensive Acer boxes, I chose this unit because of the expansion possibilities as well as because of the installed features

Not as pretty as some of their other (newer?) small form factor units. Considering all the pros above, I'm over the less aesthetic front panel. Oh yes, then there was all that bloatware

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