The Acer Aspire V15 laptops tend to deliver good performance and a beautiful design without needing, or wanting to spend a lot of money on a laptop. The V model wants to stand out as Acer’s secondary gaming laptop option after the Nitro series, but does it pull it off?
The Acer Aspire V15 features a a Core i5 5200u dual-core processor and 8GB of DDR3 memory, Nvidia GeForce 940M graphics with 2GB of dedicated RAM, and a hybrid storage system with 8GB of SSD and 1TB hard disk.
Other specs include a DVD burner, two USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0 ports, pVGA and HDMI outputs too drive external displays.
We have a 15.6-inch with 1080p HD resolution and uses Acer’s BluelightShield technology.
It comes with Windows 8.1 64-bit pre-installed and a free Windows 10 upgrade is available should you decide to upgrade. The screen is very beautiful as it offers crisp clear colours and impressive viewing angles.
This V15 turns in a respectable 2533 on 3DMark 11 and 2135 on PCMark 8. This benchmark means the v15 is very fast enough for day-to-day use and playing videos won’t be an issue with it’s excellent play back mode.
Sound comes from speakers which are placed bottom of the laptop, overall the speakers are decent, they aren’t bad in anyway but the bass production could be better but this is due to the laptops positioning of the speaker
The laptop is guaranteed to last you a maximum of 4 hours on a single full charge. It won’t last you a whole day meaning you’ll need to plug it to an electric source before the day is over
The latest Aspire V15 model is slim, light. It has a superb performance and you won’t regret getting the laptop however it’s average battery life means you’d need to charge it after every 3 to 4 hours of use depending on your style of usage.
For 150, 000 Naira it is a good price to get the Aspire V15.