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[Review] Acer Aspire 5 A515-55-75NC: Yes. You Should Buy It.




Pros
  • 10th generation Core i7 processor
  • Massive 512 GB of SSD storage
  • Full HD display
  • 8 GB of RAM (upgradable)
  • Generous connectivity options
  • Fingerprint reader
Cons
  • Slightly "boring" design.
  • No dedicated graphics card


Acer has really been stepping it up lately. Proof of this is the recently released 15-inch Acer Aspire 5 A515-55-75NC, a laptop that packs amongst its most outstanding features a tenth-generation Intel Core i7-1065G7 processor, an ample - and fast - SSD storage unit, and 8 GB of RAM, all of this to deliver a stylish and competitively priced powerhouse that's been steadily rising through the ranks as one of Amazon's top-selling laptops. 

Today we're going to get to know this model in excruciating detail to determine if this is the laptop that's going to make all your dreams come true or if you should just keep on walking in this review of the Acer Aspire 5 A515-55-75NC.

Who is it for?

This is a laptop for those who make a demanding use of the processor either working with multiple browser tabs open at once, editing images or rendering 3D models, as well as launching virtual machines to work on several operating systems at once. 

In short, it is a laptop that can meet the demands of everyday life in the office and school, with outstanding performance when streaming movies, due to having a large high-definition display. 

[Review] HP 14-fq0020nr: Kids and Casual Users, listen up!

 


Pros
  • Lightweight and portable design
  • Enviable  battery life
  • 14-inch HD Display
  • Ample connectivity options
Cons
  • No dedicated graphics
  • Limited RAM and internal storage

HP has managed to become the leading laptop manufacturer in the world thanks to its ability to truly understand its consumer as well as offer a balanced suite of laptops that cater to every type of user. 

Proof of that is the HP 14-fq0020nr, an entry-level laptop built with students and casual users in mind, people who will ultimately use it for tasks such as browsing the internet, streaming movies, and some light productivity work such as editing spreadsheets, learning to program, and the likes.

Today we're going to get to know this model in detail as we uncover everything there is to know in this review of the HP 14-fq0020nr.

Who is it for?

This laptop is a good choice as a first equipment for children or teenagers who will use it for school activities and internet navigation. 

It is also suitable for casual users who prefer a laptop to do certain tasks such as typing long-form essays, emails, or crunching numbers. Not necessarily the hardcore users we'd see looking at more expensive and comprehensive laptops but rather the more "average joe" laptop user.

Also, its low ecological footprint and minimal toxic waste components also make it a good choice for those who care about the environment. 

[Review] Acer Aspire 5 A515-44G-R83X: The PC you Need


Pros
  • Solid Graphics
  • Hexa-Core Ryzen 4500U processor
  • Full HD display
  • Decent Battery Life

Drawbacks
  • 256 GB of SSD storage (upgradeable)
  • Obvious design

The Acer Aspire 5 family has made a name for itself by offering top-notch performance at a very interesting price. Today, with the Aspire 5 A515-44G-R83X, the brand has taken a firm step towards design and image editing professionals with the inclusion of a dedicated Radeon graphics card. 

Specifically, this model boasts a configuration focused on graphic performance. With a powerful Ryzen 5 4500U processor, 8GB of RAM, and a dedicated Radeon RX 640 graphics card with 2GB of exclusive GDDR5 VRAM it's pretty clear that we're looking at specs worthy of far more expensive laptops than this one. 

Now we are going to get to know this model in-depth to determine if it is indeed a worthwhile machine - considering its competitive price point - or if we should look elsewhere.

[Review] ASUS ZenBook 13 UX325JA-AB51: This IS Freedom!

 

ASUS ZenBook 13 UX325JA-AB51: review
Pros
  • Super slim and lightweight design ( 2.45 pounds )
  • Backlit keyboard with digital NumberPad
  • Core i5 (10th generation)
  • Face recognition via Windows Hello
Cons
  • Lacks headphone jack
  • The speakers leave a lot to be desired
If you want to make the leap from your old laptop to one that is much more compact and easy to transport, which also packs the necessary hardware power to excel on every workday, the ASUS ZenBook 13 series may be just what you need. 

Today we tackle the ASUS ZenBook 13 UX325JA-AB51, a laptop that marks a before and after in terms of multitasking performance and mobility while preserving a budget-conscious price-point, something that's not all that common within the upper mid-range of the market. 

Proof of that is the fact that many of its buyers have pointed out its excellent battery performance (±12 hours), incredible visibility of its FHD IPS screen from any angle, the inclusion of a digital NumberPad within the touchpad, as well as the spectacular efficiency shown by its Core i5 CPU.


[Review] Asus TUF Gaming FA506IH-AS53: Remarkable


Ventajas
  • Keyboard with RGB Backlight
  • Full HD 144 Hz IPS display
  • AMD Ryzen 5 4600H
  • GeForce GTX 1650
Inconvenientes
  • No SD card reader
  • 3-hour battery life
If you're looking for a laptop to play with, but don't want to spend a lot of money on expensive equipment, the ASUS TUF Gaming series is a great place to start looking, due to the balanced price-quality ratio of its latest models.

It is with this premise that we arrive at this review of the Asus TUF Gaming FA506IH-AS53, where we will know in-depth its most outstanding features, and thus facilitate the process of deciding between this laptop or another one that better fits your user needs.

In addition to boasting a competitive price, this model has received excellent reviews from its buyers, who highlight its attractive and ergonomic backlit keyboard, the incredible 144 Hz FHD panel, and the fluidity of the GeForce GTX 1650 graphics when playing games.


[Review] Acer Spin 5 SP513-54N-74V2: A Triple-A Convertible

Acer Spin 5 SP513-54N-74V2: review
Pros
  • 4-in-1 convertible design
  • 2K IPS Screen 
  •  Core i7 quad-core processor
  • Active Stylus included
Cons
  • No dedicated graphics
  • The bottom frame is very wide
In addition to productivity and mobility, versatility is another great advantage that's implicit when buying a convertible laptop, especially when it comes to models as complete as those that are part of the Acer Spin 5 family. 

It's with this in mind that, in this review of the Acer Spin 5 SP513-54N-74V2, we delve into the most important features of a lightweight convertible that's managed to conquer the hearts of numerous users by being perfect for studying, working, viewing multimedia   - thanks to its impressive 2K display-  and much more at an unbeatable price point.


[Review] Acer Aspire 5 A515-55-56VK: The Prius of the PC World

 Acer Aspire 5 A515-55-56VK: review

Advantage
  • Anti- glare screen with Full HD resolution
  •  Intel Core i5 quad-core processor
  • Backlit QWERTY keyboard
  • Connectivity Wi-Fi in June and Bluetooth 5.0
Drawbacks
  • No SD card slot
  • 256GB storage
Known for the quality, durability and excellent prices of its laptops, the Acer Aspire 5 lineup is emerging as the ideal solution for those looking for an affordable laptop ready to fulfill their day-to-day tasks. 

And in this review of the highly acclaimed Acer Aspire 5 A515-55-56VK, we delve into exploring the features of this mid-range laptop, whose competitive price pointfast Core i5 processor, high-quality Full HD display,  and comfortable typing ergonomics have managed to make it one of the best value propositions available at the moment, as several customers have been quick to point out.