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Acer Aspire AS5532-5535 Laptop Notebook - 15.6" LCD / AMD Athlon TF-20 / 3GB DDR2 / 160GB HD / DVD±RW/CD-RW drive / 802.11b/g/Draft-N / Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

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Product Information

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Screen Size15.6 inches
Screen Resolution1366 x 768
Max Screen Resolution1336 x 768 pixels
Processor1.6 GHz Athlon 64 Single-Core TF-20
RAM3 GB DDR2
Memory Speed 667 MHz
Hard Drive160 GB SATA
Graphics CoprocessorMobility Radeon HD
Chipset BrandATI
Card DescriptionMobility Radeon HD 3200
Number of USB 2.0 Ports 4
Average Battery Life (in hours) 2.5 hours
Brand NameAcer
SeriesAspire
Item model numberAS5532-5535
Hardware PlatformPC
Operating SystemMicrosoft Windows 7 Home Premium
Color Dark Blue
Processor BrandAMD
Processor Count1
Computer Memory TypeDDR2 SDRAM
Optical Drive Typedvd_plus_minus_rw, cd_rw
Audio-out Ports (#)2
Battery Typelithium_ion
Power SourceAC
Voltage230 volts
  
Additional Information
ASINB002TYCFEO
Best Sellers Rank #11,375 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 pounds
Date First AvailableOctober 23, 2009
  
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Product Description

Acer Aspire AS5532-5509 Laptop in great working condition. It has a AMD Athlon TF-36 2.0GHz processor, 3.0GB System Memory, DVD±RW SuperMulti Drive, 15.6" LCD, 160GB Hard Drive, Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, Internal N Wifi Card, AC Adapter and Battery. The battery will hold a charge for about 2.0+ hours. The Windows 7 software and all the Acer device drivers have been reinstalled and activated. It has Restored back to the factory image software package and also has Advast Anti Virus already installed to the desktop. It has a bright display and the keyboard has all its keys. It is in great shape cosmetically but does have scrapes or blemishes to the case. The listing only includes the Laptop, Power Supply and the software and manuals installed on the hard drive.

Customer Reviews

I've had this laptop for almost 3 years and it still runs fine.
taskforce
Also I realised that the touch pad for the mouse doesn't work as well as it used to but I usually use an external mouse so this is not really a problem for me.
Magical_Ess
This is a light weight and stylish laptop that I enjoy taking with me everywhere I go.
Joseph Latkowski

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Pretty Brown Eyes on November 3, 2009
This is a great notebook if you're like me and need something where you can do homework, watch YouTube videos and play a few games. Although its not the best of notebooks it does get the job done. Price is the one thing that did get me with this laptop. I recently got rid of my Dell and bought an HP netbook which came to an untimeley demise because of my dog. I was going to get another netbook but then saw this one with a comparable price to a few netbooks out there. Windows 7 runs very smooth, also it is a lightweight laptop so you don't have to worry about lugging around a heavy bulky laptop. One thing I will say is that if you are going to buy this notebook look at your local Best Buy for it, my husband paid $375 for it with tax.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Dustin P. Hansen on November 4, 2009
like the others i was sold on the low price and considerable amount of ram, both on the graphic end and the computing end. i find it difficult to multitask on this computer that is, until i did a fresh install of win 7. definitely not designed for windows 7. i can imagine this computer being a lot faster running either 32 bit xp or 64 bit xp. whatever. i made negative points due to "factory settings." once i got a little more intimate with this machine. (THATS WHAT SHE SAID JOKE) i found it to be amazing. my daws run well. only exception being the resource intensive plugins BUT HEY. the processor is upgradable! so whatever. no sound card crackles! no lags when i record or play last gen games! four stars for a reason. its a solid machine. me and my band use it for samples/bassdrops live via midi input. it can take a beating. the keys feel a little cheap but thats no biggie. the internal network card is not good for long range. but hey, they arent really meant to be? the display is awesome, the speakers KINDA suck but grab some earbuds and youre good to go. I PERSONALLY LUCKED OUT. a lot of people have complaints with this. its a pos!, it broke, the power input solder is cracked, the usb input is broken, the screen flickers, etc. I USE THIS IN A CONCERT SETTING. IT IS NOT A PIECE OF S***. its a solid computer "for the price." best thing one step up from a netbook.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Damselflylight on February 18, 2010
I purchased this notebook at the beginning of January and have enjoyed it so far. I do have a few suggestions for the folks out there having problems with it lagging or running too slow. First, realize that this does not have the best video card installed, and it is not upgradable, so you may have issues with watching HD videos directly off the internet. Internet speeds vary from house to house and can affect your video watching ability. Videos work quite a bit smoother if you download them first(if you have that option) then view in Windows Media Player.

Additionally, this is only a single core processor, so one of the first things I did was get rid of the McAfee and install the Avast Home Free edition virus software (available to anyone for free at [...]). Additionally, when I tried to use the Window Media Center, it used up all of my available rom/ram and caused serious slow downs (like taking 3 minutes to shut down). Once again, I uninstalled the Windows Media Center (though kept the Media Player installed) and downloaded the video codex files for Windows 7 Media Player (also from [...]) so any DVD I watch is through the Media Player. It runs very smooth when I watch videos now! The other program I installed was Advanced System Care (also free from [...]... and no I do not work for them). This will go through and remove any junk files, registry errors, spyware, etc... Great free program for keeping your system running bug free! After these three simple changes I have not had a single problem with this laptop.

I hope this helps you folks out there considering this laptop, or if you already have this laptop. :-)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By R. E. Gassert on February 16, 2010
Preface-I only paid $329.00 for this machine and I have an iMac for Video editing. If you realize what this machine is and what it is designed for, I don't think there is a better bargain right now.

Win 7 64 bit runs great on this machine, even with a single core processor. BUT....... you can upgrade this processor to a dual core AMD chip for less than $40. Add in the best integrated video card made, 3 GB RAM and an HD 720P Resolution Widescreen, and you have a great deal.

Some little things that I LOVE about this laptop are the physical on/off toggle for WiFi and the touchpad. These are amazingly convenient things that you might not consider looking for when shopping, but they are super useful. Since I use a wireless mouse, I find the AC Adapter location on the left side to be perfect. I had a Lenovo Ideapad that put the plug on the right side and it was a giant pain. It runs cool and is very quiet. I threw a 4GB SD card in the reader for Readyboost and I feel like this is faster than 64 bit Vista was on the aforementioned Lenovo(T5800 Core 2 Duo 2.0ghz and 4GB RAM). I run full screen ripped DVD's with no problem, run off the optical drive no problem(movies look great!) and run Office 2007 without a glitch.

I do wish it had a physical volume rocker at least 1 more USB port, but for $329, I really can't complain.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Tad on January 9, 2010
Purchased the Acer Aspire 5532 from Best Buy in November. Great value, you get what you pay for. Out of the box, it's attractive dark blue, nice size & the display is vibrant and clear. All I need it for is email, lil surfing, MS Works word processor, works great for those things. The mousepad as one reviewer pointed out is very persnikity, it will drag on you and the pointer will end up where you don't want it. Speedwise it's pretty good, Windows 7 runs really smooth, I like it alot. After approx 2 months on this thing, my ac adapter/power cord went kaput! I can only use it on battery power which of course is now drained, not even enough juice to even make a light glow. Highly disappointed as Acer customer service/tech support is non existant, or so it seems. It looks like I will be returning to Acer at my own expense for possible repair. I think it's a good deal for basic computing only, and be very careful with the power cord/settings once you lose battery power there is no getting it back on!
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