The Acer Aspire 5 (A515-54 G) has exactly the same size as its predecessor in terms of dimensions-has an 18 mm profile, and it weighs 1.90 kilograms. There are several minor variations visually nevertheless. This time, the device’s lid has a polished finish on its aluminum stock, while the painted look (A515-52 G) has.
Display diagonal: 15.6 inch
Processor: i7-10510U 1.8 GHz
Internal memory: 8 GB DDR4-SDRAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce MX250
Storage: 512 GB SSD
Battery: 11 hrs 3220 mAh
Weight: 1.9 kg
· So far as the I/O is concerned, you have on the left the power socket, HDMI cable, RJ-45 cable, as well as a USB Type-C 3.1 (Gen. 1) port and two USB Type-A 3.1 (Gen. 1) ports, although on the other hand only an audio jack and a USB Type-A 2.0 port are mounted.
· The Acer Aspire 5 monitor (A515-54 G) does not use PWM at some stage to change the brightness rate. This makes it easy to use for long hours, without damaging the eyes in this way. The monitor of
· Acer’s Aspire 5 series adds a type of luxury looks and sound to average people’s lives, who don’t want to waste any of their allowance on a laptop. It’s not really sold as a business laptop, so the A515-54 G is not a gaming computer by any stretch.
· Although it is entirely up to you to get the graphically improved edition, we can’t hesitate to mention that the Aspire 5 (A515-54 G) is among the cheapest IPS-equipped laptops with a respectable graphics card in reality. That’s all fine, but if you recall their counterpart–the Aspire 5 (A515-52), it’s not always as incredible as it seems on screen.
· Unfortunately, there is no SD card reader, and a Thunderbolt connection appears impractical at this price level.
Acer Aspire 5 (A515-54 G) has a maximum HD quality IPS screen, convenient viewing angles, and strong contrast ratio. In fact, it does not use PWM to change the brightness, anyway.