Redefining HD Internet with Aspire One 522 netbook

Posted: January 14, 2011 in Tech

For a superior and immersive personal computing experience for the new year—and the new decade for that matter—aspire for one of the year’s best bets in netbook computing power, courtesy of the Acer Aspire One 522 netbook.

The Acer Aspire One 522 netbook takes mobile computing to the next very interesting level, promising an astounding capability of a stronger multimedia and other processing tasks performed at an unbelievable pace. With these attributes in mind, the Acer Aspire One 522 thus becomes an unstoppable force with regard to visual graphics, consumes lesser power yet priced affordably, thus giving a more improved PC experience.

And why not? The Aspire One 522 from Acer, one of the world’s most trusted IT companies, is powered by the newest class of Accelerated Processing Units (APUs) from Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), the Dual-Core C-50 processor from AMD’s Fusion Family of APUs coupled with the AMD A50M Fusion Controller Hub that promises to drive you wild with excitement with regard to your mobile computing needs.

Plus, its 2GB DDR3 memory completes the triumvirate of unimaginable processing power that only this one-of-a-kind digital workhorse could provide in today’s digital age.

If it’s graphics power you need, trust the Aspire One 522 to deliver. This diminutive darling of computing powers up your graphics needs and High-Def internet experience with an AMD Radeon HD 6250 graphics that supports an impressive mix of graphics technologies like Video Decoder 3 (UVD3), OpenCL 1.1, OpenGL 3.1, OpenEXR High Dynamic-Range (HDR) technology, Shader Model 5.0, Microsoft DirectX 11.

So if you’re a movie fan or a serious gaming enthusiast, the Aspire One 522’s graphics muscle is not something to jeer at, and the 10.1-inch 1280 x 720 (WXGA) high-resolution, high-brightness LED-backlit TFT LCD screen display, small as it may be, does not negate the impact the Aspire One 522’s graphics power brings to the table. It delivers the same vivid color and detail you can see in many conventional-sized notebook computers in the market today. It does have an HDMI port too, which is joined by all other standard ports that make it easy for this HD gizmo to provide a much-wider view of your fave pics and flicks.

Of course the Aspire One 522’s 250GB SATA hard drive stores all your important files that you can access in a jiffy. Name it—games, movies, photos, office files—the Aspire One 522 can stash it away, ready for use anytime you want without you worrying so much about your storage space. This nifty baby can hold them all in.

Connectivity regardless of where you are is also a shoo-in for the Aspire One 522. This baby packs the Acer InviLink Nplify 802.11b/g/n for that seamless connectivity to the Internet. As long as there’s a wireless access point in the malls, schools, hotels, office buildings, airports or even hospitals and public parks, trust the Aspire One 522 to connect you to bring you the most gratifying Internet experience on the road, something that many mobile cyberwarriors will truly love.

Since connectivity to the Internet is a guaranteed plus factor, communicating with friends from distant places or even co-workers in the office for a quick conference is also a breeze, thanks to the built-in Acer CrystalEye Web cam. Worried about carrying a bulky laptop? Well, the Aspire One 522 is a netbook, weighing just a tad more than 1 kilo yet lasts up to 5 hours on a full charge with lithium ion battery pack. Now how’s that for being light and easy—to carry, that is?

Hardware performance, cost efficiency, value-for-money computing, all coming from the Aspire One 522. It’s really not enough making a big brouhaha of these features in words. They’re better off seen than read so it’s best to check it out to find out.


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