Summary: The Acer Aspire V3-571G is a laptop of good quality relies mainly to the technical specifications, such as the NVIDIA graphics card, the internal capacity, connectivity, and the allocation of ports, but from a purely aesthetic point of view, does not differ much to so many others out there. The only aesthetic really interesting is the presence of the keys to island.
Pros: Processor, Bluetooth 4.0, Hard drive, HDMI port, Design, Memory Card Reader
Cons: No specific functions; No dedicated graphics card
Summary: IPS for everyone. It is like witchcraft: Reviewers and readers have complained about poor TN panels in Acer's multimedia notebooks for years. Now we review a 650 Euros (~$848) model with a downright fantastic Full HD IPS display, which is even matte. Should you buy before it's gone?
Pros: stable viewing angles, very high contrast, bright, matte, Full HD IPS, decent keyboard, excellent system performance, decent graphics performance, low noise emissions, cheap, Matte, great colors and first-class IPS viewing angles. Finally an affordable laptop offers a display quality common in tablets.
Cons: connectivity, glossy surfaces on the case, temperature increase under load, That cheap? The reviewer does not dare to complain. Prolific writers will not like the short travel of the mouse buttons and perfectionists will criticize the moderate build quality.
Summary: Unique selling point. Acer seems to have understood the times and went for a matte Full HD IPS panel for the new variant of their Aspire V3-571G. Add the brand new Nvidia GeForce GT 730M, a potent dual-core processor and 8 GB of RAM to that, and you've got a good line of components to pique a buyer's interest. Wondering how this update of the Aspire V3 turned out? You'll find out in this review.
Pros: Matte FullHD IPS display, Good application and 3D performance, Temperature remains low, The high-quality IPS display with Full HD resolution and good picture quality in an 800 Euros (~$1045) multimedia notebook is nowhere else to be found.
Cons: Average manufacturing quality, Connections all in the front, Moderate speaker quality, Unexceptional battery life, We certainly would like to see somewhat better speakers on a multimedia device with a focus on games, music and movies.
Summary: Not so very long ago, paying less than £500 meant having to put up with dire input devices, little performance, and a lacklustre screen. The Acer Aspire V3, though, is throwing out old preconceptions, and shows that a budget price doesn’t necessarily equate to limited aspirations.
Summary: The ideal multimedia laptop? An Ivy Bridge quad-core CPU and a GeForce GT640M ensure the Aspire V3-571G has a good performance. Our comprehensive review provides detailed information about its advantages and disadvantages.
Pros: Good keyboard, Good overall performance, Good graphics performance, Acceptable noise levels, Good 3D performance.
Cons: Glossy display with poor contrast ratio, Interface positioning, Reflective surface of the case, Heat development under load, Almost all interfaces are at the front, A display with higher brightness and contrast and a better interface layout
Conclusion: If you’re looking for something that will wow like the MacBook Pro Retina, and a sexy Ultrabook, obviously Acer’s C3-571G isn’t for you. Many elements of the industrial design (like the black glossy black plastic finish) feel like a throwback to several years ago. Acer has also definitely cut some corners in order to hit the price target. It’s too bad we have to accept compromises, but unfortunately that’s how companies make money.
Summary: With the Aspire V3-571G-9435, Acer strikes a nice balance between power and affordability. For $849, shoppers get a powerful quad-core CPU coupled with Nvidia graphics, and a comfortable keyboard. We also like that you can tweak the sound to your liking. Our two chief complaints with this laptop are its glossy, fingerprint-prone lidand the stiff mouse buttons.
Summary: Due to a rearrangement in the way Acer contact their press relations it has meant an extended period with no new products being available for review. Here the first to emerge an Intel i5 2450m bearing the Acer Aspire V3 571 name.