Summary: Though the new Aspire V3-772G is nt much different compared to its previous versions, but still the matte display screen is brighter and the contrast is noticeable. The temperature of the system has also been well maintained. The GeForce GTX 850M graphics unit ensures better gaming performance of the system. Apart from higher power consumption, it can be upgraded and it has also been installed with good input devices.
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: The Acer Aspire V3-772G is rather more imposing than your average desktop replacement, but this huge 17.3in laptop has some seriously powerful components inside its chunky chassis. Its quad-core 2.2GHz Intel Core i7-4702MQ processor can Turbo Boost up to 3.2GHz when there’s enough thermal headroom, giving it near-desktop levels of processing performance for intensive media programs. Paired with 8GB of RAM, it breezed through our multimedia benchmarks, scoring 86 overall.