Acer Aspire S3-392G , reviews and Analysis
Aspire by Acer is one the most expensive and extensive series which is now available with completely redesigned from the previous model. Acer aspire with its sharp looking fresh ice-white body exterior containing sturdy aluminum chassis setting up their high range market value among the other comparative available in the market. Since from twenties Acer is started up with new business model through which it’ll sifted and merged their style from manufactures towards designer, marketer and distributor of products, meanwhile performing production processes via contract manufacturers. It’s been transforming what was once a high-powered business laptop into a desirable consumer product.
There are three frequent arrivals in the series starting from Aspire s3, Aspire s5 to Aspire S7, which a user can instantly tell same range as the more expensive Aspire series. Acer always comes up with distinctive design and with competitive feature from comparatively low price when the same products with same spec other brands are selling at high prices. Acer S3-392G is from Acer aspire series which is completely revamped inside the hardware , and it now comes with a low-powered discrete graphics chip. This is still unusual for an Ultrabook, but the S3-392G’s Nvidia GeForce GT 735M with 1GB of graphics memory will be good news for gamers. This edge provides Acer relatively more favorite when it comes to average product frame, Acer always remained adequate and cost effective.
It has impressive graphics performance that can clearly been critically decided to run our demanding Crysis 3 benchmark , it run smoothly and remarkably at Acer S3-392G, the laptop produced a fairly playable average frame rate of 28.7fps at a resolution of 1,280×720 with Low quality graphics. Another performance test at another heavy gaming bench in the Dirt Showdown, the S3-392G is observed by producing average frame rate of 35.42fps at a resolution of 1,280×720 resolution with High Quality graphics . the genuinely it derives all the charm of gaming laptop even it’s built for a non-gaming laptop. It can even handle games at the screen’s native resolution of 1,920×1,080, producing an average frame rate of 32.76fps with medium quality graphics and x4 anti-aliasing.