Acer Aspire Vero AV15-51 15.6 Inch Laptop - (Intel Core i5-1155G7, 16GB, 512GB SSD, Full HD Display, Windows 11, Grey, 30 Percent PCR Chassis)

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Acer Aspire Vero AV15-51 15.6 Inch Laptop - (Intel Core i5-1155G7, 16GB, 512GB SSD, Full HD Display, Windows 11, Grey, 30 Percent PCR Chassis)

Acer Aspire Vero AV15-51 15.6 Inch Laptop - (Intel Core i5-1155G7, 16GB, 512GB SSD, Full HD Display, Windows 11, Grey, 30 Percent PCR Chassis)

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Acer's TrueHarmony technology employs high-quality magnets in its speakers to produce a high magnetic flux, which is then divided between speakers and results in more realistic sound reproduction. inch FHD IPS display looks brilliant, with Acer suite of technologies designed to make your experience perfect at every turn. It’s not enough to help the panel stand out, and ultimately the display looks pallid and underwhelming. The touchpad is also a bit of a clunker — it’s accurate and did a fine job with palm rejection, but it takes some effort to press.

By way of comparison, the current range of MacBooks from Apple come with cases made from 100% recycled aluminium. The trackpad is roomy and even includes a fingerprint scanner to let you log in without typing your password via Windows Hello. Much of the Acer Aspire Vero’s body uses PCR, or Post-Consumer Recycled material, and Acer is quick to boast about the amount of second-hand stuff inside this notebook.

Credit to Acer's TrueHarmony feature, which uses high-quality speaker magnets to produce high flux for more realistic sound reproduction. VeroSense's focus is on energy efficiency and smartly contributing to keeping your laptop running longer with its four performance modes: performance, balanced, eco, and Eco+. Both chips use Intel’s entry-level Iris Xe graphics core, and both are low-power CPUs designed for slim laptops.

The RE letters represent the four key parts of Acer’s environmental philosophy: Review, Rethink, Recycle, Reduce. He’s written for PC Pro, TechRadar, Wired, Stuff, TrustedReviews, Custom PC, IT Pro, and many more outlets. To put the Aspire Vero to the test, we’ve run a variety of productivity, graphics, and display benchmark tests to see if you’re getting your money’s worth from this green machine.It may be the last hurrah of the Tiger Lake line before Intel releases its 12th gen chips and tries to claw back some of the ground it has recently lost to AMD’s Ryzen processors. If you want anything slimmer or lighter without compromising on screen size, you’ll have to spend significantly more.

It’s never been so important to take care of our planet, and the Acer Aspire Vero is one of the only laptops on the market with an eco-friendly design – so it could be a worthwhile purchase if you’d like a notebook that reflects your own environmental values. It looks decent, performs very well and you get a generous amount of storage even in the base model. On a final note, I’m guessing that Canonical’s corporate carbon footprint is a darned site lower than Microsoft’s so I tried running the Vero on Ubuntu 20. and everything worked perfectly out of the box: Hardly surprising given the Vero’s vanilla Intel underpinnings but still very welcome.Plus, there's a Windows Hello fingerprint reader in the corner that'll sign you into your PC without typing a password. Sturdy keycaps provide comfortable feedback, with a standard row of system-setting shortcuts at the top. Acer’s machine uses Intel’s integrated Iris Xe graphics, which means you can only play casual games.



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