Acer Aspire E1-572

Acer Aspire E1-572

Acer Aspire E1-572

3,400
%name Acer Aspire E1 572
7

Overall

7/10

    Pros

    • Budget Friendly.
    • Matte FullHD Display.
    • Dualband 802.11n WiFi Adapter.
    • Comfortable Keyboard.
    • Light Weight.

    Cons

    • No Keyboard Backlighting.
    • No Optical Drive.
    • No DVD Drive.
    • No Touchscreen.
    • Only One USB 3.0 Port.

    Review revises Acer Aspire E1-572-34014G50Dnkk Notebook

    Feature fast. We currently take a look at the E1-572 exclusive of the “G”. The notebook is ready with a matte Full-HD display, a fewer great Intel Core i3-4010U CPU, and make use of the processor-integrated graphics card. The E1-572 competes as a industry notebook.

    The notebooks in Acer’s Aspire E1-series have a standing as cheap business notebooks. The express predecessor of our review model is the Acer Aspire E1-571G, which came equipped with an Intel Ivy viaduct processor. The Aspire E1-572G, on the other hand, is a simplified model and ship with well CPU. The lost “G” in the name of our review model indicates they require of a dedicated GPU. While the E1-572G ship with an AMD Radon HD 8750M, the Aspire E1-572 utilizes the included Intel HD Graphics 4400. The incorporated graphics card supports DirectX and allow for occasional gaming. The E1-572 comes equipped with a current-generation has well Intel Core i3-4010U CPU. This ULV model consume very little power and must therefore allow long battery life.

    Since the chassis, ports, and input devices are equal to the “G” model, we will start our review by attractive a detailed look at the display.

    Display

    The display is one of the most notable difference between the Acer Aspire E1-572 and the before reviewed E1-572G. Instead of a sleek display, Acer now uses a matte Full-HD TN panel with LED backlight from AU-Optronics (B156HTN03.1). We careful 198 cd/m², which make this display a little bit brighter than the one installed in Acer Aspire E1-572G (184 units).

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