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Sunday, November 24, 2019
Easy to service & upgrade 1080P IPS Display Full power MX150 (25W variant, not the 15W low power edition) Build quality Light weight
Downward firing speakers Numeric pad cramped Single channel memory configuration out of the box Assembled with tiny T5 Torx screws
Solid performer for the money, esp. if one needs a portable working machine that can play the occasional game on the go. Does only come with 1 stick of memory - an all too common configuration for this class of notebook. Add a 2nd 8gb stick to unlock full dual channel memory performance. Oh - the memory isn't soldered onto the main board so one can jump up to 32gb RAM if they wish. While it arrives out of box with a 128GB M2 SATA based SSD, the M2 slot does support NVMe - super easy to swap in a much faster (and larger) M2 NVMe stick. No deal breaking BIOS or hardware bugs for those that wish to run Linux (I dual boot Windows and Linux). Screen calibrates up well with a Spyder 5. Not quite the best in class battery life, but still very good run time (I average 5-6 hours of heavy mixed use - as long is I don't hammer the MX150 in game that is). I'm very happy with the machine - Acer delivered a very reasonable machine for the money here.
Thursday, September 06, 2018
Light Fast Fingerprint is a definite plus typing is above average sound volume is decent
downward firing speakers brightness could be 50 nits higher to be perfect gaming is ok, but not super strong (league of legends, high 1080p gets 90 fps)
For students, a hidden gem and has everything you could need