Notebook Acer Travelmate 8573 Review

Intel Core i3

The i3 series of processors is the first of the Intel Core family. Above all, it is characterized by its affordability and its performance is most suitable for everyday office work and easy multimedia entertainment such as watching videos, listening to music or surfing the internet. Highlights include Hyper-Threading Technology, which allows one physical kernel to act as two virtual kernels. In practice, this means that the processor is able to process more information at the same time without activating another physical core, thereby reducing power consumption.

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The Acer Travelmate 8573 is equipped with an Intel Core i3-2310M processor. It belongs to a family of processors codenamed Sandy Bridge and operates at 2.10GHz. The processor includes an integrated Intel HD Graphics 3000 graphics card. The data being processed and applications are stored in DDR3 4GB memory.

A 320GB hard drive is ready for your data. You can use a USB 3.0 port to transfer data between your notebook and external storage, which works up to ten times faster than previous USB versions. There is also a Bluetooth wireless feature. A DVD-RW disc drive is available that can read and write data. A keyboard with a separate numeric partition will make it easier for you to work on your laptop.

The 16: 9 widescreen HD display features anti-glare protection to minimize unwanted glare. For example, using a digital HDMI port, you can connect your notebook to a Full HD TV and enjoy your favorite content on even larger screens.


Intel Core i3-2310M (2,10GHz)
cpu uhlopčíčka-displeje 15,6" LED with HD resolution (1366x768px)
4GB RAM DDR3 ram technologie WiFi, Bluetooth
320GB HDD hdd porty 1x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0, HDMI, VGA, LAN, eSATA
Integrated: Intel HD Graphics 3000
grafika webcam Webcam
Fingerprint reader
otisk-prstu čtečka_sd Memory Card Reader
Windows 7 Professional windows dimensions 381 x 253 x 31 mm
    scale 2,6 kg
 


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