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Acer Aspire 5738D review

By November 13, 2009Newswires

Acer Aspire 5738D review

You don`t have to have seen the current December issue of Stuff to know that the buzz alphanumerics this Christmas are `3` and `D`. Everywhere you look, manufacturers are pushing you to into the third dimension, with TVs (Philips WOWvx), movies (Avatar) and gaming monitors (Zalman ZM-M220W).
There`s no way practical way around getting 3D without some form of eyewear, but thanks to Acer`s latest Aspire laptop, the Aspire 5738D, there may be a way of avoiding the cost.

Excellent value
At under £600, this is the best value way of getting hold of a 3D screen we know of. The laptop itself is okay – a capable but not inspiring machine with a middle-of-the-road processor, good-size 500GB hard drive, three-hour battery life and solid build quality.

It`s chunky for what it is, but by no means unloveable, and has a multitouch mouse pad and decent set of speakers.

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