Acer M5-581T-6807
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    Wuggee Rating
    Wuggee Notes
    Low-cost processor suitable for basic tasks such as internet, music, movies.
    Processor not suitable for multitasking, and computation intensive tasks such as advanced photo and video editing, etc.
    Large amount of memory sufficient for memory intensive applications
    Solid state drive provides quick startup, silent operation, faster response compared to conventional harddrive
    Battery life is unknown.
    Medium GPU allows playing most demanding games, but only at low detail settings and resolution, and less demanding games (WoW, Sims3, etc) at high settings and resolution
    GPU is not suitable for latest, demanding games (Assassin's creed, Black Ops 2, etc) at high or medium detail settings and resolution
    15.6" screen provides good tradeoff between desktop replacement and portability
    Weight of 5.1 lbs is typical for this screen size
    Economy display with resolution of 1366 x 768; screen space sufficient for most purposes but less than ideal for graphics design, gaming, programming etc
    Built in CD/DVD drive; allows watching movies and software installation from CD/DVD
    Integrated webcam for video chatting
    Basic Specs
    1.7 GHz 3rd Gen Intel Core
    6 GB RAM
    5.1 lbs; 15.6" display; 1366 x 768 resolution
    520 GB hard drive
    20 GB solid state drive
    Intel HD Graphics 4000
    BatteryNot avail
    Display
    15.6"
    1366 x 768
    CameraBuilt-in high-definition 1.3MP webcam
    Other Specs
    5.1 lbs overall weight
    Multiformat DVDRW/CD-RW with double-layer support
    Easily link with other Bluetooth-enabled devices, such as a mobile phone or MP3 player.
    PortsNot avail
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