The under-600$ laptop market is a difficult place for every manufacturer and it’s often hard to distinguish valid products from an assembled mass of chips and RAM. Fortunately, Acer is one of those companies who care about its brand value and put effort in the creation of every model, it doesn’t matter how cheap it might be.
The Aspire E-15 that we’re reviewing today is not an exception to this general rule and can fiercely stand among the best of its category. Shipping at 50 $ short of our previously set ceiling, the latest Acer can count on a solid … Read more
By far the biggest debates that can be found on gaming forums are the ones that regard graphics cards. Fans are split between brands, manufacturers, models, custom variations and their implementations inside a more cohesive system and this has been the tradition since the birth of computers capable of showing more than green lines on a dark background.
As divisive as they are, graphics card are arguably the most important pieces on a gaming rig and can drastically change the overall outcome with just a small tweak.
Think about GPUs as you would about a heart for a living creature: … Read more
2000 dollar is an important budget when it comes to choosing a gaming PC: while some argue that with this kind of suit might be wise to go for a desktop machine, others still prefer the pre-configured reliability of a laptop, sacrificing a bit its portability for competitive performance and specs. And if you’re going to buy a gaming laptop under $2000, you’ve your choices below.
First to get a mention in our selection is the Acer Predator 17 G9-791, the highest end when it comes to the Taiwanese company. Its whistling price tag of 1999$ stays just under … Read more