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AVATAR Mercury Ultrabook AVIU-145A2 Review

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AVATAR Mercury Ultrabook AVIU-145A2 Testing:

Now for the fun part! The testing will be done by running several benchmarks, including both synthetic and real world applications on the review unit and the comparison system. I will also provide my personal impressions about the overall experience provided by the AVATAR Mercury Ultrabook AVIU-145A2 in the Conclusion section. We all agree that there is no universal benchmark that will tell how comfortable is to work on a certain system for example, so feel free to comment if a specific aspect of the review unit was not already covered and I will do my best to shed some light on the matter.

Both systems will be tested while keeping all default settings and turning off all power savings options to ensure that no interference will occur. An updated, fresh install of Windows 8 with all the latest drivers was applied on the comparison system.  

Review system: AVATAR Mercury Ultrabook AVIU-145A2

  • Processor: Intel Core i5-3317U 1.7GHz
  • Chipset: Intel HM77
  • Memory: 8GB DDR3, 1333MHz
  • HDD: WD 500GB, 5400 RPM
  • SSD: 32GB SSD
  • OS: Windows 8 SL 64bit
  • Battery: Li-Ion, 6000 mAh

Comparison System: Acer Aspire V3-571-6884

  • Processor: Intel Core i5-2450M 2.50GHz
  • Chipset: Intel HM77
  • Memory: 6GB DDR3, 1333MHz
  • HDD: WD 320GB, 7200RPM (drive upgraded from the stock 500GB/5400 RPM)
  • SSD: N/A
  • OS: Windows 8 Pro 64bit
  • Battery: Li-Ion, 4400 mAh



Scientific & Data:

  • PCMark 7
  • WinRAR
  • Geekbench 2.4
  • Sandra 2013
  • AIDA64 2.85
  • HD Tune 5.00


  • 3DMark
  • Intel Quick Sync Video
  • Torchlight II

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