Integrated graphics that are built into the processor have come a long way but a dedicated graphics card still provides a better experience for those looking to do PC gaming and faster performance for general purpose tasks that can utilize the graphics. The big problem is that most systems with dedicated graphics tend to start around $700 and have very limited performance. Acer offers a surprisingly affordable version of their Aspire V3 laptop that comes with both and AMD quad core processor and Radeon HD graphics. Is this a system to get because of the graphics or are too many other features sacrificed for the visuals? Find out in my review of the Acer Aspire V3-551G-8454 budget laptop.