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ACER ASPIRE 3810TG CHIPSET DRIVER
Acer Aspire 3810TG Chipset The stability of the Aspire T's upper and bottom side is excellent. No matter where pressure is applied, the notebook gives in minimally at most. The display lid stands in complete contradiction to this, as it already twists slightly at gentle pressure and deforms massively at accordingly stronger pressure.
Hence, image distortions result on the display quickly, which of course disappear instantly when the pressure is released. Conclusively, the lid's stability is, if anything, to be rated as moderate.
Acer could make improvements here, in any case. However, the hinges have been well-executed, as they do their work quiet and Acer Aspire 3810TG Chipset. As the hinges are rather stiff and the notebook is very light with a total weight of grams, the entire case quickly tilts along with the lid, when you want to open it. Connectivity Now to the interfaces and connection options, with which the Aspire T bids an average spectrum for its size Acer Aspire 3810TG Chipset Except for the broad, centrally placed status LED, which starts to blink orange at a low battery status, there are no ports whatsoever on the front side.
The back side also hasn't any connection possibilities, which isn't much of a surprise as the battery takes up the whole width. Except for the monitor connections and the power supply, which would have been better placed on Acer Aspire 3810TG Chipset back, the connection placement has been basically well arranged. Front side: No connections Left side: The key stroke is very good, as the keys have a precise pressure point and therefore give the required feedback. The layout is also felicitous, except for a few details.
Acer has cleverly decided for a standard layout. The Fn is placed right of the left Crtl key - an important criterion for many.
The keys also have Acer Aspire 3810TG Chipset pleasant size, whereas the lower row Ctrl, Alt, space key, etc. Furthermore, the keyboard barely gives in, merely a slight deflection at stronger pressure could be noted, but which isn't at all disturbing. The only blemish is the extremely small arrow keys and the somewhat puny left shift key. Generally, the keyboard has been well-executed, only a short accustoming period is needed and typos are rather rare. The keys are, unfortunately, Acer Aspire 3810TG Chipset susceptible to smudge so that you can admire your own fingerprints after a short time.
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As there are fairly large gaps between the keys due to construction, diverse dirt particles settle down here quickly, as it can be well seen on our pictures. A numerical block has naturally been omitted in view of the size of only The good impression continues in the touchpad. It's precise and usually recognizes various mouse movements reliably. The touchpad's position is also selected well so that it's barely Acer Aspire 3810TG Chipset activated by accident. As it's not positioned too far left, a possible gaming session can be easily executed. A discreet button to deactivate the touchpad is placed on its right. A solid key for the obligatory left or right click is implemented underneath the touchpad.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: PC Pro We won't mince words: With its 1. If you're looking for high-performance computing, you should look elsewhere. It isn't powerful, but its portability, looks and battery life make this laptop a great buy.
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Total score:Acer Aspire TG32N - " - Core 2 Duo SU - 4 GB RAM - GB HDD overview and full product specs on CNET. Processor / Chipset. CPU. Extensive review of the Acer Aspire T Notebooks (13,3-Zoll, Intel Core 2 Solo SU GHz, 4GByte DDR RAM, Intel Acer Aspire 3810TG Chipset Missing: Chipset.