Acer Aspire Nitro 7 AN715-51
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Reviews for the Acer Aspire Nitro 7 AN715-51
Source: Ultrabook Review
The Nitro 7 is part of Acer's entry-level lineup of gaming laptops, but it outgrows its class and positions itself as an excellent all-rounder, with a compact and sturdily crafted metallic construction, a nice matte screen, competent hardware and a thermal implementation to match. This is, nonetheless, pretty much a Nitro 5 in a nicer suit, thus whether it's worth the premium Acer ask for it or not, that's something you'll have to decide for yourselves.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 05/10/2019
Rating: Total score: 85%
Source: Laptop Media
Acer was very quick to jump on the budget-premium budget model of laptop marketing. Following Lenovo’s success with the Legion Y530 – Y730 and now the Legion Y540 – Legion Y740, Acer needed to fill the gap. As we mentioned, the Nitro 7 (AN715-51) is a direct successor to the Aspire V Nitro Black Edition, however, it sits somewhere around the Helios 300. We hope that this doesn’t overwhelm the market soon, as right now there is a device for everything and everyone and from almost every company.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 04/24/2019
Source: Ultrabook Review
Of course, we’ll have to wait for our review units to see how the new hardware actually performs and whether the cooling can keep it in check, as well as whether the audio rises to the hype. My potential concerns still go towards noisy fans and high-case temperatures in long gaming sessions, as well as on audio and the overall panel quality, aspects manufacturers tend to skimp over on budget laptops.
Comparison, online available, Very Long, Date: 04/11/2019
Source: Giz.ro →EN
Positive: Stylish design; solid workmanship; nice ergonomy; excellent display; high performance; good cooling and silent system. Negative: No card reader; no Thunderbolt 3; heavy; low autonomy.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 05/31/2019
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