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Acer Aspire Z3771 Driver
Acer Aspire Z3771 Area Desktop Coupon Acer's Aspire Z all-in-one desktop PC is part of a vendor trend suggesting that users want these types of systems in their homes. Far from a conventional PC, the Z features a resistive 23in, Full HD touchscreen in addition to regular keyboard and mouse peripherals. It serves up an Intel Core i7 CPU, lots of RAM, a discrete graphics adapter and a useful grouping of connectivity features, but it could use a faster hard drive.
Design and specifications The design of the Z isn't all that attractive. It has a silver outline around its black, glossy bezel and its stand is thick and reminiscent of an upside-down handle. It's definitely not as attractive Acer Aspire Z3771 the HP TouchSmartfor example. You can't do much more than plonk it on a desk and lean it back about 20 degrees. All of its components are housed within the case, and they are not easily accessible, which means that upgrades and Acer Aspire Z3771 will require a fair bit of effort.
All you need to do to set up the unit is plug in its beefy, Acer Aspire Z3771 W power brick, which has been omitted from the case due to space constraints.
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Heat comes up through the top-rear of the screen and there is some noticeable whirring from the internal fans Acer Aspire Z3771 the system is used in a quiet environment. Performance When we first booted the machine, it felt very sluggish; part of this was due to the pre-installed software that loads along with Windows 7.
This includes McAfee Internet Security and Norton Online Backup, which also have the annoying habit of springing Acer Aspire Z3771 notices — you'll have to activate or uninstall them to get rid of these.
During everyday Acer Aspire Z3771, there were some times when applications sometimes stalled before opening and the overall feel of the system wasn't always swift, but for the most part we had no problems with the systems performance. In 3DMark06, a score of Acer Aspire Z3771 that this PC won't be great for gaming, but that it might be able to handle some low resolution, low-detail games — it's definitely not a machine that's designed for gaming though.
What you can Acer Aspire Z3771 with this machine is run productivity software, photo and video editing software and multitask till you can't multitask no more. It's not as quick as a rpm hard drive, especially when moving large amounts of files, and this was shown in CrystalDiskMark, where the drive recorded a read time of 86 megabytes per second MBps and a write time of 82MBps. For a desktop drive, we would have expected rates above MBps.
In our own file transfer Acer Aspire Z3771, the drive recorded 48MBps, which is slower than most Intel Core i7-based notebooks, for example. It will prove to be a slow for disk-intensive tasks, whether managing files, or editing large video files, as well as when launching some applications.
The touchscreen Acer Aspire Z3771 the main selling point, apart from the all-in-one, space-saving design, is the touchscreen, which allows you to navigate the system and select files with your hands. It's a resistive screen, which means that it works with pressure rather than capacitance or optical positioning most all-in-one touchscreens we have seen recently, especially from HP, use optical technology. Acer Aspire Z3771 means you can use either your finger or a stylus to interact with the screen.
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We found the screen itself to lack smoothness — our fingers couldn't slide across the screen smoothly most of the time, and, at times, gripped the screen. This made for uncomfortable navigation.
We had a lot Acer Aspire Z3771 fun using a rounded pen to navigate the screen. The Core i7 CPU provides more than enough grunt for the touchscreen interface, and you can use two touch inputs simultaneously.
The touchscreen can be tiring to use for long periods of time, unless you keep the screen close and rest your elbows Acer Aspire Z3771 the desk the whole time. We think the interface is best used to interact with the pre-installed Clear-Fi application, which is designed for touch input. You can either click on the Clear-Fi icon on the screen to initiate it, or pinch the screen. Either action will bring up the components of the software, which includes a media player for your videos and music.
In the Acer Aspire Z3771, this application was a bit of a pain to use, but this version worked well. It even makes it easy to access content from other computers on your network — the computers' icons are shown if they are Acer Aspire Z3771 on the network and all you have to do is just tap on the computer you want to use. As for the quality of the screen, it's adequate for most tasks, but its glossy finish will cause reflections and plenty of annoyance if you use it in a bright environment.
You can't Acer Aspire Z3771 the unit back too much either, and we think it could use a better stand that can tilt back further. We found the contrast and brightness levels to be fine for viewing photos and videos, but we wish there were physical controls for these settings like there would be on a regular monitor. It works in conjunction with Windows Media Centre and allows you to watch one channel as you record another.
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The Acer Aspire Z3771 Media Centre remote control communicates with the PC via its built-in infrared receiver, and it allows you to switch Acer Aspire Z3771 and initiate recordings from afar, while lounging on a couch or lying in bed. It's a two-sided remote control: You also get a webcam and integrated However, the integrated Ralink Wi-Fi wasn't great; the signal was only two bars to our Linksys router from the same spot that other machines manage three or four bars, and it was noticeably slow during regular usage.
The keyboard and mouse that ship with the unit are cordless, which is good, but they aren't overly comfortable.