Acer® Aspire 5535 Windows® XP
Acer® Aspire® 5535 notebook is a mid-range laptop that is well suited for home and business users. It is probably one of the cheapest portable computers with numerous features. With competitive pricing and all basic features, Acer® Aspire® 5535 is liked by all masses and is becoming a popular model of Acer® Notebook series.
- Configuration of Acer® Aspire® 5535
- Features of Acer® Aspire® 5535 with Windows® XP
- Reviews of Acer® Aspire® 5535
Configuration of Acer® Aspire® 5535
Acer® Aspire® 5535 is a 15.6-inch laptop, with AMD Athlon™ X2 QL-60 processor, 3 GB RAM and 250 GB hard disk. Other features include battery backup of three hours through 6-cell lithium-ion. With weight of 6 lbs, the laptop is comfortable to be carried on. Acer® Aspire® 5535 supports flash memory cards SD Memory Card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO and Multimedia Card that helps in easy connectivity to cameras. It also helps in downloading or sharing data from them.
Features of Acer® Aspire® 5535 with Windows® XP
The laptop’s RAM can be upgraded to 4 GB and you have the option to add another 2 GB to it. It also comes equipped with a built-in webcam and cool audio speaker system. The laptop contains multiple ports and three high-speed USB ports, 5-in-1 card reader, Express card and VGA port. Therefore, Acer® Aspire® 5535 is customized for those who need user friendly workstations.
A spacious 250 GB hard drive is more than enough space to store important files. A DVD writer is attached for all CD/DVD burning possibilities. Also, you will enjoy the awesome effect of audiovisual due to presence of ATI Radeon™ HD 3200 high-definition graphics supported by Acer® 3-DSonic stereo speakers.
Acer® Aspire® 5535 because of its midsize screen and compact design qualifies as an all-purpose portable notebook. This laptop has a unique quality that makes it appropriate for you to read the XD-Picture Card format so that you can directly load pictures from your Kodak® Olympus or FUJIFILM camera. A screen resolution of 1024 X 768 i.e. XGA (Extended Graphics Array) having a 4:3 aspect ratio limits the quality and standard of visual quality and screen area that is a drawback of this notebook. Acer® Aspire® 5535 does not have a supported graphics card, so this laptop is not suitable for gaming. Keyboard and touchpad are also tricky to handle and to use because they are a bit squashed.