Acer Aspire Laptops in Nigeria

  • Acer Aspire review in Nigeria

The highly popular yet affordably priced Acer Aspire is designed to run Windows 10 and not Google's Chrome OS. Having fourteen-inch display size, these notebooks come featured with 2GB of RAM, an Intel Celeron CPU. Meanwhile, the storage space is 64GB plus a 1TB of cloud storage you can use on OneDrive totally free of charge for a full year.

The design of Acer Aspire may be somewhat unimpressive or dreary, yet the structure is highly durable. It is made of dark-gray colored nondescript plastic and features dimples on the surface of both the top and the bottom. The entire construction of this netbook is for sturdiness rather than style. The screen is surrounded by a bezel of matte-black finish while the deck is matte-gray colored. What concerns the keyboard, it is fairy imposing . The keys are applicable for quick typing whilst the arrow keys come as an advantage over many other more modern and developed laptops as they are full sized. The touchpad (4.25" x 2.25") is a quick response to as mouse and multifinger movements.


The display of Acer Aspire One (1366 x 768) lacks some brightness of colors. The color range that covers only 53.4% in the sRGB spectrum is much lower than that of the Chromebook 2. Another weak trait is the quality of sound. With tinny highs and unimpressive lows, the sound quality won't let you enjoy any recording. The low resolution (640 x 360) does not provide clear photos either. They come out somewhat grainy and soft. However, the Acer Aspire One has one remarkable feature that most more expensive notebooks don't provide - the battery life (fifteen hours on a charge).

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