The Aspire 5735-4774 (also known as the 5735z) was a budget laptop introduced by Acer in late 2008. It was considered an ultralight laptop, weighing in at only six pounds and being less than two inches thick. The Aspire 5735 also had a multi-gesture touch pad that permitted pinch-and-zoom and different methods of scrolling, similar to Macintosh computers. The laptop has since been discontinued, but used models can still be found online as of October 2010.
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Processor & Memory
The Aspire 5735z came equipped with an Intel Pentium T3200 Dual-Core processor running at 2.0 GHz with a 1 MB L2 cache. The standard version of the laptop has 2 GB of DDR2 SDRAM, which can be expanded up to 4 GB. The processor and RAM placed the Aspire 5735z in the mid-range of laptops at the time of its release.
Storage Capacity & Disk Drives
The Acer Aspire 5735z came with a 160 GB SATA hard drive running at 5400 RPM. Additionally, it had a DVD+/-RW drive capable speeds of up to 24x and a 5-in-1 card reader for SD cards and memory sticks.
The monitor on the Acer Aspire 5735z was a 15.6-inch widescreen display, capable of 1366 x 768 pixels. It used a Intel GMA 5400HD (High Definition) graphics card.
The Acer Aspire 5735-4774 was equipped with a 802.11b/g/n wireless card and a 1 GB Ethernet/LAN network port.
Criticism & Praise
G4TV and CNet both praised the Aspire 5735z for its large monitor, while being very light and thin for better mobility. The multi-gesture touch pad received mixed marks with having additional functionality, but also being extremely touchy. The laptop also received criticism for its weak speakers and flimsy, plastic case. In most reviews, it was classified as a "You-Get-What-You-Pay-For" computer.
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