acer aspire 6920 worth to buy?

which is best buy sony vaio fw1 or acer aspire 6920

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  1. Morning says:

    the acer, sony computers are really more expensive then they are worth

  2. fan_pai says:

    well depends on your usage and your future planning…
    if you are not planning to sell it any future and not planning to spend more money on it… i would suggest acer as it target market is for mid income user…
    but if you would like to resell it and i don’t really care on spending more… i would suggest sony vaio as they may target 2nd hand buyer at high price…

    but in terms of quality… i would suggest go for vaio… even tho the specs might be lower than acer… they use high quality product compared to acer…
    this is through my experience repairing acer laptop and I own a vaio….
    hope this help….

  3. rune wiz 4 v says:

    sony vaio’s have been having some problems lately. i say go with the Acer Aspire.

  4. dragonsbreath181 says:

    if the features are exactly the same and the price is exactly the same then the sony has a better resale value but the acer is a better investment
    better build better warranty better colour screen and better betters
    but i bet the sony is 3-5 times more expensive for similar features

  5. Jerry J says:

    Sony

  6. arfenundred says:

    from the entry-level £699 model with a 2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T5750 processor, up to the top £1,149 version with a 2.5GHz Penryn Core 2 Duo T9300 chip. All models come equipped with 4GB of RAM and an nVidia GeForce 9500M GS graphics chip.

    Acer had only a pre-production sample available at the time of review, which differs from the retail models in terms of processor and graphics card – the sample was fitted with a 2.2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T7500 and an nVidia GeForce 8600M GT chip. In testing, this version achieved a WorldBench 6 score of 90 and was capable of running the intensive FEAR test at 26fps, but these results are no indication of the performance of the final shipping models. The battery didn’t function on the review sample, so we were unable to conduct the battery life test.

    Perhaps the most unusual feature of the Acer Aspire 6920 is its 16in screen – which sits inbetween the traditional 15.4in and 17in displays that are commonly seen. The screen does have a true 16:9 widescreen resolution, however, making it great for watching films. A display of 1,366×768 resolution was fitted to the review sample, but the more expensive Acer Aspire 6920s will have a 1,920×1,080 pixel screen so they can display 1080p HD material at its native resolution.

    There’s also a Blu-ray drive included on all but the cheapest Acer Aspire 6920, so you can enjoy high-definition movies either on the laptop display or on a large screen TV via the HDMI port.

    To the left of the Acer Aspire 6920’s keyboard is a large touch-sensitve area Acer calls the CineDash media console. You can use it to adjust the volume by sliding your finger along the edge, or to quickly access media files. This is perhaps something of a novelty, and it can be a little confusing to use at first.

    just an expensive glorified dvd player.

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