Thursday, 23 January 2014

Acer Aspire V7 ultrabook with gaming Review

The great: The Acer Aspire V7 offers some setups, incorporating this one, with a half breed hard drive, Nvidia Geforce 750m design, and a 1080p touch show. 

The terrible: The flat plan and clunky touch cushion don't feel like they have a place on a $1,000-and-up smart phone. A shallow console makes gainfulness a task. 

The main concern: Despite the low-lease outside, the Acer Aspire V7 packs a great deal of what we need into a sensibly evaluated 14-inch ultrabook, incorporating a high-res touch screen, standard representation, and more than enough ports. 

Acer makes a considerable measure of laptops. Such a variety of that its difficult to select particular one from a lineup. Some are astounding cases of choice outline and designing, for example, the glass-clad Aspire S7, while others are well meaning analyses, for example, the flip-and-fold R7 half and half. Be that as it may most are non specific looking ash boxes that seem as though they could require any sum and hold any blending of parts - its difficult to tell from the outside. 

While the outline of the Aspire V7 is the course reading meaning of unexciting, inside I establish a charming astonishment. This 14-inch ultrabook-flimsy smart phone held an Intel Core i7 CPU, an amusement primed Nvidia Geforce 750m design card, and an enormous 1tb half breed hard drive, with a 24gb SSD reserve. That setup (the V7-482pg-9884) strives for a sensible $1,199, yet you can thump the CPU and hard drive down and keep the Nvidia 750m for $899 in an alternate of some preconfigured renditions offered by Acer. 

Indeed, you could use $50 more and get a 13-inch Macbook Air with a Core i7 CPU, however this model has more RAM, more space, and that discrete GPU. Dell's XPS 15 is just a spot greater, offers to a great extent comparative specs, incorporating the GPU, yet can require $1,900, contingent upon the definite arrangement. 

The Acer Aspire V7 fails to offer the configuration shine of the rivalry, and the modest feeling console is disappointing, not a major issue. For tolerable standard gaming in a thin ultrabook at full 1080p determination, you can present a defense that its a brilliant, if not rousing, purchase. 

Acer Aspire V7Lenov IdeaPad Yoga 2 ProDell XPS 15
Display size/resolution14-inch 1,920x1,080 touch screen13.3-inch, 3,200x1,800 touch screen15.6-inch, 3,200x1,800 touch screen
PC CPU1.8GHz Intel Core i7-4500U1.6GHz Intel Core i5-4200U2.2GHz Intel Core i7-4702HQ
PC memory12GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,600MHz4GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,600MHz16GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,600MHz
Graphics4GB (dedicated) Nvidia GeForce GT 750M1792MB (shared) Intel HD Graphics 44002GB (dedicated) Nvidia GeForce GT 750M
Storage1TB 5,400rpm hard drive, 24GB SSD128GB SSD hard drive1TB 5,400rpm hard drive, 32GB SSD
Optical driveNoneNoneNone
Networking802.11b/g/n wireless, Bluetooth 4.0802.11b/g/n wireless, Bluetooth 4.0802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.0
Operating systemWindows 8 (64-bit)Windows 8.1 (64-bit)Windows 8.1 (64-bit)

Outline and characteristics  

When you utilized one statement to depict the Aspire V7, that saying might be "light black." Both outside and inner part are carried out in ash aluminum with an inconspicuous brushed-metal example. 

Dark plastic blankets the bottom board, and the screen bezel and keys are additionally dark, providing for them you a clean two-tone look. Energizing, its definitely not. The configuration shouts nonexclusive office PC, in spite of the fact that this is an acceptable standard multimedia/gaming framework. 

While the interior parts are a high focus, the human interface is a frustration. Acer's standard island-style console is here, keeping in mind the keys are huge and have a satisfying unobtrusive backdrop illumination, they're additionally extremely shallow, providing for them you less material reaction when writing. The keys additionally wobble a touch under your fingers, which might be bothering, and the whole console tray has some flex, particularly in the core. I've unquestionably seen more flex and wobblier keys in different laptops, yet it includes a non-premium feel to the framework, which is not what you need for $1,200. 

The substantial touch cushion offers more than enough space for signals and route, yet reaction for the extremely vital two-finger parchment signal is blended. In profoundly upgraded applications, for example, Ie10, it works easily, yet in the Chrome program, it could be jittery. The cushion utilizes a clickpad-style outline, with no different left and right rodent catches, so you get more surface region, and the Synaptics programming regulating it offers more than enough choices for tweaking the reaction and signals. 

The 14-inch touch screen has a local determination of 1,920x1,080 pixels, in spite of the fact that setups with easier res screens are additionally accessible. I wouldn't propose that as a spot to cut expenses, notwithstanding. The showcase here is fresh and brilliant, and offers wide review points, despite the fact that the edge-to-edge glass overlay is shiny enough to reflect a ton of light. Likewise with any Windows 8 smart phone, touch control is imperative, and this 10-information screen worked well for exploring Windows 8. With the higher screen determination, you'll get all the more out of HD film and amusements, where 1080p ought to be your standard spec.

Acer Aspire V7
VideoHDMI, mini-DisplayPort
AudioQuad speakers, combo headphone/microphone jack
Data1 USB 3.0, 2 USB 2.0, SD card reader
NetworkingEthernet, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Optical driveNone

Connections, performance, and battery

The Acer Aspire V7 is not only reasonably equipped with useful ports, it also spreads them around to both side and the rear edges, a setup rarely seen any more. Each side edge has a USB 2.0 port, with an SD card slot and audio jack on the right side, while the rear edge has both HDMI and mini-DisplayPort, plus USB 3.0, and an Ethernet jack -- another rarity in the ultrabook age.

While our $1,199 review unit is at the high end of the Aspire V7 line, you do get a low-voltage Intel core i7 CPU, a big 1TB hybrid hard drive (with a small 24GB SSD), 12GB of RAM, and the Nvidia GeForce 750M graphics. Several preconfigured versions are available, with different screen resolutions, processors, hard drives, and even 15-inch screens, but the best overall deal is the $899 version, which trades down to a Core i5 CPU, 500GB HDD, and 8GB of RAM, but keeps the 1,920x1,080-pixel-resolution screen and Nvidia graphics.


On-the-go gaming is dependably intense for PC gamers. The super-thin Razer Blade is unreasonable, with some enormous missed chances, and later little gaming laptops from Alienware and others are still excessively cumbersome for simple travel. The Acer Aspire V7 is a regular ultrabook to begin with, and makes an average showing of that, however it likewise handles standard gaming errands, as long as you keep your desires practical. 

The dreary outline and shallow console mean you'll never be especially amped up for it, yet you can get incredible parts over a few generally evaluated designs, with no arrangement breaking blemishes.

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