ASUS A52F-X3 notebook review

Posted by Stefan on September 30th, 2010 in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

ASUS A52F-X3 notebook review

ASUS is known for its portable mini laptops and has now come with a new notebook which is a bundle of the best met features at a decent pricing. Its latest offering to the market is its ASUS A52F-X3 notebook.

The notebook features an Intel Core i3 dual core processor with 2.26 GHz clock speed and 3 MB internal cache which is best suited for everyday computing. The graphics solution is onboard which means it is supposed to be used by general mass and not meant for gaming and high end multimedia processing. The internal memory of 4GB with 1066 MHz frequency can give a run to many notebooks in this category. It also bundles storage of 320GB at 5400 rpm along with an optical DVD drive.

The display is also quite remarkable with 15.6” TFT LCD with 16:9 aspect ratio and 1366×768 pixel count. Apart from these it includes all basic features as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Webcam, Microphone, 3 USB 2.0 ports with a 6-cell battery and licensed copy of Windows 7 Home Premium. Last but not the least, the best part is that it features a 2-year warranty included with the product which makes it a must have.

The notebook also incorporates what Asus called palm proof technology, which essentially helps reduce the typing errors.

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  1. PizzaHut says

    September 30, 2010

    Where is the price information ?

    I would also like to know if this notebook is offered with the core i5 processor. Make it a bit faster – doesn’t it ?