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Review Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss Notebook

Andre Reinhardt (translated by Bernie Pechlaner), 03/03/2014

Typewriter with hardware weakness. The Acer TravelMate P255-M improves upon its predecessor TravelMate P253-M in several areas. A comfortable keyboard, a ULV Core i5 CPU, and an appealing design raise the expectations. In what key areas the P255-M is a solid notebook and where it loses some ground is the subject of our review.

For the original German review, see here.

In our review we are going to take a closer look at the Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50MNSS notebook. Acer advertises the P2 series with the slogan "Efficient, reliable and green computing". Please read on to find out if the notebook can live up to this claim or not.

The review notebook is powered by an Intel Core i5-4200U processor with a base clock rate of 1.6 GHz and a Turbo-maximum of 2.6 GHz. The dual-core ULV CPU is part of Intel's current Haswell lineup. The notebook also sports 4 GB of RAM, a 500 GB hard drive, and a DVD writer. The integrated GPU Intel HD Graphics 4400 shares the main system RAM. Notable differences between the new model and the predecessor Acer TravelMate P253-M are the faster CPU and the more potent graphics card.

To evaluate the P255-M, we will not only compare it the older model, but also to the Fujitsu LifeBook A544 (Core i5-4200M / 4 GB RAM / HD 4600) and the Lenovo B5400 MB825GE (Core i5-4200M / 8 GB RAM / Nvidia GeForce GT 720M).

Case

The Acer TravelMate P255-M opened.
The Acer TravelMate P255-M opened.
The bottom features a maintenance cover.
The bottom features a maintenance cover.

The  Acer TravelMate P255-M comes in a sleek-looking black color. Although the chassis is made entirely out of plastic, the overall appearance is very elegant. Gone are the silver accents of the predecessor. The keyboard tray, the palm rest, as well as the back of the display lid are made from a glossy and smooth material. The case looks upscale and feels good to the touch, although fingerprints are a bit of an issue. The bottom of the notebook is also black, although the material is coarse and not smooth. The competitors LifeBook A544 and Lenovo B5400 are also made out of plastic.

The chassis of the P255-M is pretty sturdy overall. Pressure on the left palm rest results in some give and some strange creaking sounds; pressure on the right palm rest results in part of the front and the keyboard bending downwards. With the notebook closed, the back of the display bends inwards as well when pressure is applied, although the flexing is within reason and not accompanied by any unusual sounds. The display wobbles quite a bit when its position is adjusted. Although there are some minor issues, the overall impression of the chassis is a favorable one.

Connectivity

Another improvement compared to the predecessor and a step in the right direction is the port selection, as the TravelMate P255-M has finally gained a USB 3.0 port. The  LifeBook A544 comes with three USB 3.0 ports, however, and Lenovo's B5400 has two. An ExpressCard slot is not included.

On the left side: VGA, HDMI, USB 3.0, LAN
On the left side: VGA, HDMI, USB 3.0, LAN
The right side houses two addional USB 2.0 ports.
The right side houses two addional USB 2.0 ports.

Communication

The WLAN module is from manufacturer Atheros and supports the common standards 802.11b/g/n. Reception quality in our test environment was very good - even 20 meters from our router (model Alice), the connection speed was still a healthy 1.1 Mbit/s.

A physical LAN connection - the chip comes from Broadcom - is also on board and supports speeds up to 1 Gigabit. Acer is pretty generous with the communication modules and also integrated Bluetooth 4.0. The predecessor TravelMate P253-M had to make do without. For Skype and other communication functionality, Acer also integrated an HD webcam.

Accessories

The shipping box includes a quickstart guide, a pamphlet for Windows 8, and a (folded) leaflet. The latter explains how to switch between Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit (downgrade option is included) and Windows 8 Professional 64 Bit.

Maintenance

With the maintenance cover removed, the user gains access to the two RAM slots for DDR3 modules. One slot is populated with a 4 GB module, the other is open and can support another 4 GB module for a maximum of 8 GB RAM. The hard drive is removable is well, but other components are not accessible.

Warranty

In Germany, the Acer TravelMate P255-M comes with a 24-month "bring-in" warranty, which requires the user to send in the notebook in case of a defect. Acer is more generous here than Fujitsu and Lenovo, since both the LifeBook A544 as well as the B5400 are only covered for 12 months.

Input Devices

Keyboard

While the keyboard of the predecessor TravelMate P253-M felt somewhat cramped, the new model has a better layout and the typing experience has improved significantly. The main keys measure 16 x 16 mm and feature a distance of 4 mm between them. The arrow keys are now separated from the main keys and are consequently much easier to use.

Because of the larger gaps between the keys, typing on the keyboard has gotten much easier. Key travel is adequate and the feedback clear and precise. Overall, the typing experience is comparable to the Fujitsu LifeBook A544, but better than on the Lenovo B5400.

The key spacing is generous.
The key spacing is generous.
The touchpad supports multi-touch
The touchpad supports multi-touch

Touchpad

The touchpad translates inputs without delays, multi-touch gestures work flawlessly, and we hardly ever had issues with random cursor movements. The rough surface area makes the touchpad easy to use. The two mouse buttons are integrated into a single bar; separate left and right buttons would be easier to distinguish in our opinion. The single mouse button does work well, however: the actuation point is easy to feel and the noise level well controlled.

Display

Acer didn't improve the display: the new model inherited the 15.6-inch display with the low resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels from its predecessor. The LED panel is matte and features a 16:9 aspect ratio. Maximum brightness is reduced noticeably: the average of 169 cd/m2 is clearly inferior to the TravelMate P253-M's 211.1 cd/m2

167
cd/m²
168
cd/m²
167
cd/m²
159
cd/m²
186
cd/m²
158
cd/m²
172
cd/m²
167
cd/m²
181
cd/m²
Distribution of brightness
Information
X-Rite i1Pro 2 // Gossen Mavo-Monitor
Maximum: 186 cd/m²
Average: 169.4 cd/m²
Brightness Distribution: 85 %
Center on Battery: 186 cd/m²
Black: 0.7 cd/m²
Contrast: 266:1

The results of the CalMAN tests for both Grayscale and ColorChecker are not quite as dismal. The Fujitsu LifeBook A544 shows deviations of 6.77 for grayscale and 6.82 for color; Lenovo's B5400 posted scores of 10.13 and 9.13, respectively.

For the TravelMate P255-M, we recorded DeltaE(2000)-deviations of 8.1 (grayscale) and 7 (color). The bluish cast of the predecessor has not been eliminated and is still noticeable. The contrast ratio of 264:1 is better than the result of the Fujitsu LifeBook A544, but trails the Lenovo B5400 by a significant margin.

CalMAN Saturation
CalMAN Saturation
CalMAN ColorChecker
CalMAN ColorChecker
CalMAN Grayscale
CalMAN Grayscale

The matte display doesn't really have any issues with reflections. The maximum brightness is borderline though and should be a little higher to guarantee better readability when using the notebook outside.

The viewing angle stability is quite good in the horizontal plane, but deviations from the vertical axis push the display to its limits rather quickly. 

Viewing angles AcerTravelMate P255-M
Viewing angles AcerTravelMate P255-M
The display outdoors
The display outdoors

Performance

Unlike the Acer TravelMate P255-MG notebook, which comes with a dedicated AMD Radeon HD 8750M GPU and is - at the time of writing - less expensive online than our review model, the TravelMate P255-M only has the integrated Intel HD 4400 to handle graphics. The notebook is thus not designed for high-end photo processing or demanding games. Both notebooks are otherwise identically equipped with an Intel Core i5-4200U processor and 4 GB of RAM.

Screenshot tool GPU-Z
Screenshot tool GPU-Z
Screenshot tool HWMonitor
Screenshot tool HWMonitor
Screenshot tool HWiNFO
Screenshot tool HWiNFO
Screenshot tool CPU-Z
Screenshot tool CPU-Z
System information Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss

Processor

The Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50MNSS comes equipped with an Intel Core i5-4200U dual-core processor with a base clock rate of 1.6 GHz. Using the Turbo, the CPU can overclock to 2.6 GHz. The i5-4200U is based on Intel's current ULV Haswell architecture, while the predecessor TravelMate P253 was equipped with a Sandy Bridge CPU. The TDP (Thermal Design Power) of the Haswell CPU is 15 watts.

The P255-M ended up with 2.49 points for the 64-bit Multi-CPU Cinebench R11.5 benchmark test - a result which lags behind both the Lenovo B5400 (Core i5-4200M / GeForce GT 720M) as well as the Fujitsu LifeBook A544 (Core i5-4200M / HD Graphics 4600). Those two notebooks utilize standard-voltage processors and garnered 3.27 points (Fujitsu) 3.21 points (Lenovo), respectively. 

The results of the single-core test of the Cinebench R11.5 benchmark show a similar gap in performance. While the TravelMate P255-M managed to score only 1.0 points, the Lenovo B5400 and the Fujitsu LifeBook A544 reached 1.36 and 1.35 points, respectively. Both competitors come with the more powerful Core i5-4200M. During the tests, the clock rate of the i5-4200U remained at a constant 2594 MHz (single core) and 2294 MHz (both cores).

Cinebench R11.5
OpenGL 64Bit (sort by value)
Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss
12.96 fps ∼12%
Fujitsu LifeBook A544
14.46 fps ∼13% +12%
Lenovo B5400 MB825GE
31.07 fps ∼28% +140%
CPU Multi 64Bit (sort by value)
Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss
2.49 Points ∼14%
Fujitsu LifeBook A544
3.27 Points ∼19% +31%
Lenovo B5400 MB825GE
3.21 Points ∼18% +29%
CPU Single 64Bit (sort by value)
Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss
1 Points ∼54%
Fujitsu LifeBook A544
1.35 Points ∼73% +35%
Lenovo B5400 MB825GE
1.36 Points ∼74% +36%

Legend

 
Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss Intel Core i5-4200U, Intel HD Graphics 4400, Seagate Momentus Thin ST500LT0 12-9WS142
 
Fujitsu LifeBook A544 Intel Core i5-4200M, Intel HD Graphics 4600, Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E680
 
Lenovo B5400 MB825GE Intel Core i5-4200M, NVIDIA GeForce GT 720M, Seagate Momentus SpinPoint M8 ST1000LM024 HN-M101MBB
Cinebench R11.5 CPU Single 64Bit
1 Points
Cinebench R11.5 CPU Multi 64Bit
2.49 Points
Cinebench R11.5 OpenGL 64Bit
12.96 fps
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System Performance

The result of 2374 points for the PCMark 7 benchmark test show an improvement of roughly 15 % compared to the predecessor. The Lenovo B5400 (Core i5-4200M / GeForce GT 720M) earned 2885 points and thus outperforms our review notebook by a pretty significant margin.

The TravelMate P255-M handled the various daily tasks like office applications, web surfing, and media playback without any issues.

PCMark 7 - Score (sort by value)
Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss
2373 Points ∼36%
Lenovo B5400 MB825GE
2885 Points ∼44% +22%

Legend

 
Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss Intel Core i5-4200U, Intel HD Graphics 4400, Seagate Momentus Thin ST500LT0 12-9WS142
 
Lenovo B5400 MB825GE Intel Core i5-4200M, NVIDIA GeForce GT 720M, Seagate Momentus SpinPoint M8 ST1000LM024 HN-M101MBB
 
Fujitsu LifeBook A544 Intel Core i5-4200M, Intel HD Graphics 4600, Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E680
PC Mark
PCMark 72373 points
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Storage Devices

The Seagate Momentus hard drive Acer uses for the TravelMate P255-M spins at 5400 RPM and has a capacity of 500 GB. Of that, 434 GB are user-accessible space, which is more than enough for videos, music, or photos.

The new hard drive was able to outperform the (already fairly quick) hard drive in the predecessor. CrystalDiskMark 3.0 now reports 103.7 MB/s (reads) and 99.94 MB/s (writes) instead of 94.74 and 93.62 MB/s, respectively.

The performance of the hard drive positions our review notebook between the Lenovo B5400 (98.66 MB/s reads, 91.65 MB/s writes) and the Fujitsu LifeBook A544 (106.9 MB/s reads, 105.7 MB/s writes). According to the tool HD Tune, the hard drive in the TravelMate P255-M-54204G50MNSS outperforms those of both competitors.

CrystalDiskMark 3.0
Read Seq (sort by value)
Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss
103.7 MB/s ∼7%
Fujitsu LifeBook A544
106.9 MB/s ∼7% +3%
Lenovo B5400 MB825GE
98.66 MB/s ∼7% -5%
Write Seq (sort by value)
Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss
99.94 MB/s ∼10%
Fujitsu LifeBook A544
105.7 MB/s ∼11% +6%
Lenovo B5400 MB825GE
91.65 MB/s ∼9% -8%
Read 4k (sort by value)
Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss
0.379 MB/s ∼1%
Fujitsu LifeBook A544
0.438 MB/s ∼1% +16%
Lenovo B5400 MB825GE
0.323 MB/s ∼1% -15%
Write 4k (sort by value)
Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss
0.736 MB/s ∼0%
Fujitsu LifeBook A544
0.889 MB/s ∼1% +21%
Lenovo B5400 MB825GE
0.625 MB/s ∼0% -15%

Legend

 
Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss Intel Core i5-4200U, Intel HD Graphics 4400, Seagate Momentus Thin ST500LT0 12-9WS142
 
Fujitsu LifeBook A544 Intel Core i5-4200M, Intel HD Graphics 4600, Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E680
 
Lenovo B5400 MB825GE Intel Core i5-4200M, NVIDIA GeForce GT 720M, Seagate Momentus SpinPoint M8 ST1000LM024 HN-M101MBB
Seagate Momentus Thin ST500LT0 12-9WS142
Transfer Rate Minimum: 49.3 MB/s
Transfer Rate Maximum: 110.7 MB/s
Transfer Rate Average: 84.5 MB/s
Access Time: 17.9 ms
Burst Rate: 139.8 MB/s
CPU Usage: -1 %

GPU Performance

While the predecessor Acer TravelMate P253-M used the Intel HD Graphics 3000, the new model utilizes an Intel HD Graphics 4400. The graphics card operates at maximum frequencies of 789 MHz (GPU RAM) and 1000 MHz (GPU), respectively.

Both the Fujitsu LifeBook A544 and the Lenovo B5400 feature the faster Intel HD Graphics 4600, which explains why both modes have an edge when running the 3DMark (2013) benchmark test. The LifeBook A544 reached 4461 points; the Lenovo B5400 an even higher 4782 points.

Our Acer TravelMate P255-M doesn't do quite as well with a score of 3939 points. The version of the TravelMate with AMD Radeon HD 8750M GPU (model P255-MG) should be about 75 % faster than the review model with Intel HD Graphics 4400 - at least according to scores of other notebooks with the same hardware.

3DMark (2013)
1280x720 Cloud Gate Standard Score (sort by value)
Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss
3939 Points ∼16%
Fujitsu LifeBook A544
4461 Points ∼18% +13%
Lenovo B5400 MB825GE
4782 Points ∼20% +21%
1280x720 Cloud Gate Standard Graphics (sort by value)
Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss
4912 Points ∼6%
Fujitsu LifeBook A544
5148 Points ∼7% +5%
Lenovo B5400 MB825GE
5670 Points ∼7% +15%
1280x720 Cloud Gate Standard Physics (sort by value)
Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss
2327 Points ∼6%
Fujitsu LifeBook A544
3042 Points ∼8% +31%
Lenovo B5400 MB825GE
3089 Points ∼8% +33%

Legend

 
Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss Intel Core i5-4200U, Intel HD Graphics 4400, Seagate Momentus Thin ST500LT0 12-9WS142
 
Fujitsu LifeBook A544 Intel Core i5-4200M, Intel HD Graphics 4600, Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E680
 
Lenovo B5400 MB825GE Intel Core i5-4200M, NVIDIA GeForce GT 720M, Seagate Momentus SpinPoint M8 ST1000LM024 HN-M101MBB

Gaming Performance

Since a theoretical benchmark test like 3DMark doesn't tell the whole story, we also played a few current games like Tomb Raider, FIFA 14, and Battlefield 4.

For power-hungry games, Intel's GPU is just too slow, but a few of the less-demanding games can be played without major problems.

low med.high ultra
Tomb Raider (2013) 33.717.810.2fps
Fifa 14 (2013) 305928fps
Battlefield 4 (2013) 22149fps

Emissions

System Noise

As far as the noise level is concerned, we can fortunately report that there are no major changes. During idle, we recorded between 30.8 - 31 dB; when playing back a DVD, the noise level increased to 35.7 dB. Under load (3DMark 06 running) and during the stress test, the TravelMate P255-M reached 34 dB and 36.7 dB, respectively. The latter measurement is actually lower than what we had recorded for the Acer Travelmate P253-M.

Noise Level

Idle 30.8 / 30.8 / 30.8 dB(A)
HDD 31.0 dB(A)
DVD 35.7 / dB(A)
Load 35.0 / 36.7 dB(A)
 
    30 dB
silent
40 dB
audible
50 dB
loud
 
min: , med: , max:    Voltcraft sl-320 (15 cm distance)

Temperature

The Acer TravelMate P255-M doesn't run very hot and the temperatures are actually much more moderate when compared to the predecessor. During idle (two hours with maximum power savings enabled), the notebook didn't exceed 27.8 degrees C on the top and 31.5 degrees C on the bottom. Under maximum load conditions (Furmark and Prime 95 running in parallel), the notebook topped out at 34.1 degrees C on the top and 32.1 degrees C on the bottom. This means that the P255-M can be used comfortably at all times even when pushing the performance envelope.

 

During the stress test, the Intel Core i5-4200U reached a maximum of 70 degrees C, while the Intel HD Graphics 4400 leveled of at 68 degrees C. The clock speeds remained at 2294 MHz (CPU), 1000 MHz (GPU), and 800 Mhz (GPU RAM).

Max. Load
 33.0 °C32.5 °C25.7 °C 
 32.1 °C34.1 °C26.6 °C 
 30.5 °C33.0 °C29.1 °C 
Maximum: 34.1 °C
Average: 30.7 °C
25.5 °C32.0 °C31.1 °C
27.7 °C31.5 °C32.1 °C
31.6 °C30.2 °C28.5 °C
Maximum: 32.1 °C
Average: 30 °C
Power Supply (max.)  46.0 °C | Room Temperature 22.3 °C | Voltcraft IR-360

Speakers

The stereo speakers are housed on the bottom of the notebook. Small perforations on the left and the right towards the back give a away their location. Since a subwoofer is not on board, bass is pretty much nonexistent. Highs are acceptable, but we recommend connecting external speakers or headphones to the 3.5mm audio jack for better sound quality when listening to music or watching a movie.

Energy Management

Power Consumption

The Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50MNSS isn't very power hungry and only requires 4.6 - 8.4 watts during idle. With Prime 95 and Furmark running, we recorded a maximum of 36.7 watts, which is - just like the values recorded during idle -  way more frugal than the predecessor TravelMate P253, which had a CPU with a TDP of 35 watts.

Power Consumption

Off / Standby 0.0 / 0.3 Watt
Idle 4.6 / 8.1 / 8.4 Watt
Load 24.6 / 33.2 Watt
 
Key: min: , med: , max:         Voltcraft VC 940

Battery Life

The notebook ships with a 37 Wh battery, which is 11 Wh less capacity than the battery of the TravelMate P253-M. Let's take a look at the run times:

To determine the battery life during idle, we use the tried-and-tested Reader's test with the power saver profile enabled, all wireless modules off, and the brightness turned down to the lowest setting. The P255-M shut down after 6 hours 29 minutes, which falls a bit short of the 7 hours 11 minutes we recorded for the Acer TravelMate P253-M. For our WLAN test, we use a script which visits a different web page every 40 seconds. The power saver profile is active her as well and the display is set to approximately 150 cd/m2. While the predecessor kept running for only 3 hours, the TravelMate P255 lasted significantly longer at 5 hours 9 minutes.

Battery Runtime
Idle (without WLAN, min brightness)
6h 29min
WiFi Surfing
5h 9min
Load (maximum brightness)
1h 12min

Verdict

Acer TravelMate P255-M
Acer TravelMate P255-M

For the targeted user group - business users with a tight budget - both the very decent keyboard as well as the battery life are definite plus points. The Acer TravelMate P255-M is also powerful enough to handle the daily web surfing or HD movies. For demanding games the GPU is simply not powerful enough. The less expensive Acer TravelMate P255-MG not only has better graphics performance, but also saves the user a few bucks.

The display has some flaws as far as its brightness, contrast, color reproduction, and viewing angle stability is concerned. The sound system is also nothing to get too excited about. Aside from that, the notebook is quite suitable as a daily companion for those users who need to type a lot or like surfing the web.

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In Review: Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss, courtesy of Acer Germany
In Review: Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss, courtesy of Acer Germany

Specifications

Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss

:: Processor
:: Mainboard
Intel Lynx Point-LP
:: Memory
4096 MB, Kingston ACR16D3LS1KBG/4G
:: Graphics adapter
Intel HD Graphics 4400, Core: 1000.0 MHz, Memory: 798.0 MHz, 9.18.10.3234
:: Display
15.6 inch 16:9, 1366x768 pixel, Chi Mei CMN15BE, LED, glossy: no
:: Harddisk
Seagate Momentus Thin ST500LT0 12-9WS142, 500 GB 5400 rpm , 434 GB free
:: Soundcard
Intel Lynx Point-LP - High Definition Audio Controller
:: Connections
2 USB 2.0, 1 USB 3.0, 1 VGA, 1 HDMI, Audio Connections: 3.5mm headphone and/or microphone, Card Reader: SD Memory Card, Sensors: Temperature,
:: Networking
Broadcom BCM57786 NetXtreme PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller (10MBit), Bluetooth 4.0 Bluetooth
:: Optical drive
DVD +/- RW Double Layer
:: Size
height x width x depth (in mm): 25.3 x 381.6 x 256.0
:: Weight
2.35 kg
:: Battery
37 Wh Lithium-Ion, 2500 mAh
:: Operating System
Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
:: Additional features
Webcam: HD (1280 x 720), Speakers: Mono, Keyboard Light: no, 24 Months Warranty, Bring-In warranty

 

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A DVD burner is also on board.
A DVD burner is also on board.
The keyboard has a seperate number pad.
The keyboard has a seperate number pad.
The 4 GB RAM chip is easy to access.
The 4 GB RAM chip is easy to access.
Under the maintenance cover: the hard drive with a capacity of 500 GB.
Under the maintenance cover: the hard drive with a capacity of 500 GB.
The bottom of the TravelMate P255-M with the maintenance cover removed.
The bottom of the TravelMate P255-M with the maintenance cover removed.

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Pro

+Good business-type keyboard
+Build quality mostly pleasing
+Fast enough for the daily workload
 

Cons

-Display suffers from low brightness and low viewing angle stability
-Graphics performance could be better
-Better port selection would be desirable (for example DVI or additional UBS ports)

Shortcut

What we like

The keyboard is perfectly suited for office-type tasks and the system is pleasantly quiet overall.

What we'd like to see

Even the successor of the TravelMate P253-M didn't get an upgraded display panel.

What surprises us

Acer's 24-month warranty coverage is a commendable good argument for a purchase.

The competition

Test Lenovo B5400 MB825GE

Fujitsu LifeBook A544

Rating

Acer TravelMate P255-M-54204G50Mnss
04/17/2014 v4
Andre Reinhardt

Chassis
61 / 98 → 62%
Keyboard
75%
Pointing Device
75%
Connectivity
62%
Weight
61 / 67 → 87%
Battery
82%
Display
73%
Games Performance
54 / 85 → 64%
Application Performance
59%
Temperature
92%
Noise
92%
Audio
73%
Camera
54 / 85 → 64%
Average
70%
75%
Office *
Weighted Average

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Author: Andre Reinhardt, 2014-03- 3 (Update: 2014-03- 3)