Summary: Acer's goal with the Aspire V3-772G-9402 was to offer consumers an affordable but powerful 17-inch multimedia desktop replacement. Overall, the company succeeded. The V3 sports a gorgeous display, loud speakers, a top-notch keyboard and robust graphics. We just wish our configuration had a faster hard drive and a more exciting design.
Pros: Gorgeous 1080p display, Powerful speakers, Excellent keyboard, Good graphics performance for the money
Cons: Faux metal design, Slow hard drive, Relatively short battery life, Grainy webcam
Conclusion: But we'd at least like the V3 to ship with a 750GB hard drive. And ideally, we'd like to see a solid-state cache as well, even if it's only 8GB. That feature can go a long way toward making a system feel snappier. As is, unless your budget's truly tight, we'd suggest you spend a little more for either the Lenovo Y510p or Acer's model V3-772G-9460.
Pros: Decent gaming performance for the price, Big, bright matte display, Roomy, comfortable keyboard, Good battery life (for a gaming laptop)
Cons: Hard drive is cramped and lacks solid-state cache, Keyboard isn't backlit
Summary: Haswell rocket. A monster in every respect: 32 GB memory, 1256 GB storage (+ expandability) and a Full HD display. Acer's 17-inch device with a brand-new quad-core CPU and Nvidia graphics is made for power users.
Pros: Anti-reflective Full-HD display, Very good application performance, Very good 3D performance, Large storage, Maintenance & expansion capabilities, Blu-Ray drive (reader), Comparatively low noise development, Decent sound, Convenient keyboard, Very good WLAN range, The expansion option with a second hard drive. 2256 GB storage wanted? Everything apart from a RAID configuration is possible.
Cons: All ports very far at the front, Bad color fidelity (strong blue cast - requires calibration), 32 GB RAM are exaggerated, The excellent performance should be accompanied by an IPS display. It does not seem to exist in 17.3-inches, no competitor has one either.
Excerpt: Acer’s V3 is a well-priced, decent-performing desktop replacement goes against the current trend towards smaller, thinner more mobile laptops. What it sacrifices in portability though, it makes up for in screen real estate, an expansive keyboard and computing power. The Acer Aspire V3 is as much a laptop as a boerboel is a lap-dog, however that should come as no surprise as it’s a fully fledged desktop replacement, not an ultrabook.
Summary: This is the closest Acer has come to the gaming notebook category. The tentative steps are understandable, but performance figures show that the Aspire V3 is one of the most powerful laptops out there. The only two things going against it are the glossy finish and the slightly bulky form factor.
Pros: Excellent performance, Potential on the spec sheet translates into actual performance, Could very well be a gaming notebook, Display is brilliant for most usage scenarios, Good keyboard and touchpad
Cons: Glossy build throughout, Feels bulky in this day and age
Excerpt: Nu spelar vi igen. För ungefär ett år sedan tog vi en titt på Acer Aspire V3-772G och blev imponerade av prestandan. Den här gången testar vi den senaste modellen i serien och tar reda på vad som är nytt utöver det uppdaterade grafikkortet.
Recensione breve del notebook Acer Aspire V3-772G-747a8G1.12TWakk
5 days ago
Excerpt: Circa un anno fa abbiamo dato un'occhiata all'Acer Aspire V3-772G e rimanemmo molto colpiti dalle sue prestazioni. Questa volta esaminiamo l'ultimo modello della serie e abbiamo cercato tutte le novità, oltre alla nuova scheda grafica.