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This 24 inch Acer Aspire PC has excellent viewing quality; with wide angles and very bright colors I was very impressed with this device.The speakers put off great sound with plenty off bass for movies and music. The Acer Aspire has Three HDMI ports to plug in a second screen or even a surround sound system for a great experience with sound.The down side is it feels like the computer is leaning away from you, so you have to slouch a bit forward and it tends to hurts your back with long use. Really the only other problem I had with this after having it for a month was the constant fan noise it had and it was loud too. Overall the computer is a great buy for your buck, get it and I don't think you will be dissatisfied or disappointed.
The damn size of the screen is so small for me, and not just the size of the screen that is a let down. It’s just 24in of excellent quality and I thought it could be bigger, with limited wide viewing angles and bland arse colors that stay bright and strong right, which can make your eyes bleed.
Had this for a month now and totally thrilled with it.It basically does what it says on the tin and more. The touch screen thing is a bit of a gimmick because unless you have a strong back you wouldn't want to keep leaning forward to use it.The screen is brilliantly lit, the colours are as good as my TV. The machine works perfectly fast.
If you bought one of these or similar, the first thing for you to do us unload all the rubbish that is pre-loaded on it. My there's loads of it!! It is really nice not to have the ugly tower by the screen and there is a minimum of wires and leads to be seen.
I WILL NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM ACER AGAIN. Here's why.. I opened the box, set everything up and all was fine until I wanted to use the key board. The left hand quadrant didn't work. I contacted Acer customer services (or not as it turned out) and told them about the problem. Thay quite simply didn't want to know and said I had to "post the key board back to them so they could investigate the hardware failure before we can replace it". I reminded them I had taken delivery of the PC only a few hours earlier but it didn't matter they wanted it back. Up to 2 weeks would be the turn around time. I was gutted!! I called Amazon customer services. Amazon was spot on.
I am so happy with Amazon's response, they gave me a refund (£50)to the value of a new Microsoft wireless Key board and mouse. We now buy everything we can through Amazon because we have the knowledge that Amazon is top of their game for customer services. ACER TAKE A LESSON FROM AMAZON!!
I would have awarded this 5* but for the poor customer service I recieved from the manufacturer!!
I have had this Acer Aspire for a little over a month now and I am totally thrilled with it. It basically does what it says on the tin and more. The touch screen interface option is quite impressive and really up to date with todays kind of technology, especially if you don't like using a mouse you have the touch screen option instead which gives a variety of choice and could make it easier for people to use who aren't great using mouses (I know I'm not) although it is a bit of a gimmick because unless you have a strong back you wouldn't want to keep leaning forward to use it. The screen is brilliantly lit, the colours are as good as my TV. The machine works perfectly and it is always working fast.
If you bought one of these or similar, you should be aware though that there are already a lot of programs and such pre-loaded onto the computer, you can simply delete them though if you don't want them on there. It is really nice not to have the ugly tower by the screen and there is a minimum of wires and leads to be seen. The big speaker bar is great for sound when watching movies or playing games and the speaker its self is of high quality producing great sound when viewing some thing audible.
All in all the product is a very great purchase, I have had no problems or faults with it yet and I am thrilled with how it has worked for me so far, the pricing of the product is very reasonable, not to expensive and in my opinion great value for money although the fan on the machine can be slightly loud at times and this may put some people off.
The Acer Aspire Z5801 presents a Mac-like face to the world. There’s plenty of power in the quad-core innards of this PC, and a large 24in screen fits flush to the bezel, giving a very comfortable desktop area.
And it’s not just the size of the screen that’s so impressive. It’s 24in of excellent quality, with wide viewing angles and punchy colours that stay bright and strong right up to the edges of the display.
Not everything about it is perfect, though. Thanks to its large speaker bar and protruding stand, the Acer sits very high on the desk and is always tilted away from you, not facing you flat. As far as posture goes, reaching out to touch the screen is almost painful.
The Acer is also unique in that its stand can fold back so the screen sits at around 30°, like a giant tablet. It’s good for using with fingers, but again, not exactly comfortable, and you’ll probably revert to putting it in the upright position most of the time.
nother negative comes with the fan: it’s noisy and seemingly always on, which quickly becomes annoying. Such design quirks are frustrating, because the Z5801 is almost ideal for an all-in-one – they just hold it back from greatness.
Two USB inputs, a slot-loading DVD writer and analogue audio port line the sides of the Acer. Why the more useful USB3.0 slots are hidden round the back is anyone’s guess.
The big speaker bar puts out passable audio, and you’ll have no problems hearing it from the other side of the room. Treble can sound a bit shrill but it’s got plenty of bass for movies and games.
Three HDMI ports – two in, one out – and an optical audio connector give the Aspire all the flexibility of a dedicated monitor and a full-size PC, making it easy to add a second screen or hook up a surround sound system.
The touchscreen interface is the same overlay found on the Packard Bell oneTwo L i5871, except you get Clear.fi media controls as well as the window switcher and pinboard. The touch apps are fine for casual use, but you’ll find yourself using the ‘normal’ desktop more – Windows 8 can’t come fast enough.
01-Acer Aspire Z5801 I3 processor 4GB ram 1TB with Intel Core i3 2100
02-2.5 GHz Quad Core Processor,
03-4GB of Memory and 1024GB Storage on Windows 7 Home Premium
04-It is stylish 24 inch flat type led moniter
05-Hardisk capacity is 1024 gb
06-nvidia grafics band
07-Built-in disc drives can be used to copy data, music,
documents or films from your laptop,
netbook or desktop computer, onto a blank DVD
08-The processor is the driving force of your personal computer
09-The higher the number in Gigahertz or Ghz the faster your computer will run.
10-Having multiple cores allows the computer to run two or more processes at once,
improving multi-tasking and speeding things up.
11-It is also be a touch screen type of display
12-Sensitive is high in this model
13-TV Tunner also attached in the Acer Aspire Z5801
14-Display its stand can fold back so the screen sits at around 30°
15-Big speaker is attached in the Acer Aspire Z580
16-Comparing other desktops this so advantages
17-You can also feel the satisfaction of browsing with high connectivity.
01-Spare part of this Acer Aspire Z5801 cost is high
02-Handel this pc Acer Aspire Z5801 somewhat safely
03-cost is expensive
04-Negative comes with the fan.
05-It’s noisy and seemingly always on, which quickly becomes annoying.
06-Such design quirks are frustrating, because the Z5801 is almost ideal for an all-in-one – they just hold it back from greatness.
07-Two USB inputs a slot-loading DVD writer and analogue audio port line the sides of the Acer.
We bought 2 of these, the comuter itself is solid, but the keyboard is the worst design I've ever come across, it's sort of wireless, with a conventional qwerty keyboard, and a a touchscreen number pad. 1 keyboard didn't work straight out of the box. The replacement worked for 2 weeks, before the mouse button started sticking, and the keyboard started to be sluggish in responding. The touchpad number pad is awkward, and hard to use. Acer support will only replace the exact keyboard, but will NOT give me a better designed version. SO I'm forced to use an old USB keyboard that we had kicking around as a spare. Very Dissapointed, and will NEVER buy Acer again.