Acer's Nitro notebooks put gaming power into a regular case


Acer has revealed its latest Aspire V Nitro notebooks that are aimed at gamers without looking like gaming laptops. Dressed in basic-black, tapered cases, the 15- and 17-inch models still bring the latest Intel Skylake sixth-gen Core i7 and i5 mobile chips and NVIDIA GTX960M graphics with up to 4GB of RAM. You also get up to 512GB of M.4 SSD storage (2GB if you opt for hard disks), 32GB max of DDR4 RAM, USB 3.1 Type-C ports and 40Gbps Thunderbolt 3 on the top-end "Black Edition" models. All models can also be had with up to 4K screens.

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Stringerbell2116d ago (Edited 2116d ago )

I had the previous iteration of the V Nitro and while the specs on it were great- 860m, 16gb ram, i7 4700, and a blu ray drive too - the build quality was anything but. The case was made of this really cheap plastic (that actually came with cracks in it from the factory) and the wifi was beyond horrible. If I wasn't literally next to my router the service was non existent. I ended up returning it and going with ASUS instead.