Acer Aspire M5800-U5802A and eMachines EZ1601-01 Nettop
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This is the second part of a two-part series discussing three different desktop computers: the Dell Studio XPS 435, Acer Aspire M5800-U5802A, and eMachines EZ1601-01 Nettop. Let's pick up where we left off, discussing the features of the Acer Aspire M5800-U5802A desktop.
Acer Aspire M5800-U5802A desktop
If the manufacturer's configuration does not suit your needs, you are a bit limited as to the improvements you can make on your own to the Acer Aspire M5800-U5802A. There are two vacant hard drive bays you can use, as well as one 1x PCI Express mini slot if you want to upgrade your graphics card.
As stated before, the 8GB of RAM is the maximum you can get on the Aspire M5800-U5802A, as all four of its RAM slots are occupied. This limited upgrade capability might be a downer for some, but you have to take into consideration the low price you are paying for such a system, and beggars can't be choosers.
Unfortunately, the M5800-U5802A does not have a Blu-ray drive like some of its competitors. This can be fixed, though, by buying a separate one yourself and installing it. Once finished with that, you connect the M5800-U5802A to a LCD or High Def television via the HDMI port.
Besides HDMI, you also get a DVI and a VGA port. Additionally, you get FireWire, ten USB ports, headphone and microphone jacks, and more. There is no eSATA port available on the M5800-U5802A. But there is a card reader that supports several different types of memory cards.
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