Let’s take a look at the Acer Aspire 5750 laptop, which has a 15.6-inch screen and can come with the Core i3-2310M, Core i5-2410M, or Core i7-2630QM CPU. It has 2 GB to 6 GB of RAM, a hard disk from 320 GB to 640 GB, and one USB 3.0 port. The model we analyzed was the 5750-6606, with a Core i3-2310 CPU, 3 GB RAM and a 640 GB hard disk. Check it out!

An important characteristic of this notebook is its chipset, the Intel HM65, which means this laptop uses second generation Core i3, Core i5 or Core i7 processors, based on the Sandy Bridge architecture. This means that this product is more updated than the Aspire 5742Z, about which we wrote recently, which is based on first-generation Core i CPUs. To learn more about this new generation of CPUs, read our Inside Intel Sandy Bridge Microarchitecture tutorial.

There are several versions of the Aspire 5750 laptop, and there is also a 5750G model, which comes with a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M graphics card.

The operating system that comes installed in the Aspire 5750 can be the Windows 7 Home Basic (available only in emerging markets) or the Windows 7 Home Premium.

Let’s analyze this laptop in detail on the next pages.

Rafael Otto Coelho is a physicist with a master's degree in Education, and is a college professor in Brazil.