Excerpt: In terms of performance, this model is excellent and has some of the best components you’ll find in this price range. It has an Intel i5 dual-core processor and 6GB of memory, making it a great option for some light PC gaming or streaming media.
Summary: - Acer has addressed many of the issues that existing with the previous Aspire E1 model with the new Aspire E1 572-6870. The big surprise is the new and faster Core i5 processor included with the system. This allowed Acer to trim some weight and thickness off the system by using a smaller battery.
Summary: Mainstream challenger. When thinking about gaming suitable laptops in a price range of 600 Euros (~$829), there is barely getting around Nvidia's mid-range GeForce GT 740M. AMD's new Radeon R7 M265 with a 128-bit memory interface opposes it now.
Pros: Matte Full HD screen, Fast enough for many current games and Office, Decent sound, Keyboard features a noteworthy drop, Extensive touchpad customization options, No adapter needed, Barely distracting noise and temperature production, Low power consumption for the category, The performance of AMD'...
Cons: Susceptible for fingerprints, Screen partly unfocused, Very low viewing angle stability, Inaccurate and subjectively pale color reproduction, Ports positioning not ergonomic, Clearly reduced performance in battery mode, Only 1 USB 3.0 port, Recovery media, better image focus
Summary: Feature diet. After our review of the Acer Aspire E1-572G with dedicated graphics card a few weeks ago, we now take a look at the E1-572 without the "G". The notebook is equipped with a matte Full-HD display, a less powerful Intel Core i3-4010U CPU, and makes use of the processor-integrated graphics...
Pros: Matte Full-HD display, Chassis is slim and not very heavy, Good office performance, The very slim and light chassis. The Full-HD display is a nice addition in this price range.
Cons: Display not very bright, No DVD drive, A SSD would increase performance - although the price would go up as well.
Summary: Triumphant successor. Acer tries to combine the features of long battery life, low energy consumption and high performance. The company offers a very interesting hardware combination for this purpose: A ULV chip together with a mid-range GPU, at a total price of 600 Euros (~$803).
Pros: Good performance, Gaming capable, Two year warranty, A lot of hard disk space, Also available with matte display and the same equipment, A lot of computer power together with a low noise level and at least in idle mode a low energy consumption are pleasing.
Summary: What prevents this notebook from being an Editors' Choice winner is the mouse bar's stiffness in the center, as well as the lackluster audio. Overall, though, the Acer Aspire E1-572 offers plenty of value.
Recensione breve notebook Acer Aspire E1-572G-54204G50Mnkk
29 April 2014
Excerpt: Quando si pensa a laptop da gaming con un prezzo di circa 600 Euro (~$829), spesso si riceve solo la gamma media di Nvidia, con una GeForce GT 740M. La nuova Radeon R7 M265 di AMD, con un'interfaccia di memoria a 128 bit si oppone a questo fatto.
Pros: Schermo opaco Full HD, Abbastanza veloce per giochi moderni e Office, Buona riproduzione suono, Corsa della tastiera, Buone opzioni di personalizzazione del touchpad, Nessun adattatore richiesto, Scarsa produzione di rumore e temperatura, Basso consumo per la categoria
Cons: Suscettibile alle ditate, Schermo in parte non a fuoco, Scarsa stabilità degli angoli di visualizzazione, Riproduzione poco precisa del colore, Posizionamento delle porte non ergonomico, Prestazioni ridotte con funzionamento a batteria, Solo una porta USB 3.0
Courte critique du PC portable Acer Aspire E1-572G-54204G50Mnkk
27 April 2014
Excerpt: Compétiteur grand-public. Quand on parle d'ordinateurs portables destinés aux jeux et à environ 600 euros, difficile de trouver quelque chose d'autre que la carte graphique moyen-gamme Nvidia GeForce GT 740M.