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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
Byline: Hazimin Sulaiman
THE inclusion of a dual-core AMD Athlon 64 processor in the Acer Aspire system is promising. It offers consumers an alternative to the mainstream dualcore solution from Intel. And all that Athlon processing muscle potentially means stunning performance and gaming. But does it really? Admittedly, the Aspire T180's design is pretty sleek, which includes a 15-inch liquid crystal display monitor with built-in speakers. The mouse and keyboard are rather ergonomic with a nice feel to them.
And the front panel of the central processing unit, which houses the front audio ports, a ninein- one …