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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It’s not a touchscreen either, and while the display bezels are not embarrassingly large, they are chunkier than some. The Acer reviewed here is the pricier of the two models, with an Intel Core i7-1195G7 processor with four Hyper-Threaded cores and a top speed of 5GHz.

The entry-level configuration is nothing to scoff at either, as it makes use of a Core i5 processor. Travel is the standard millimetre and change, there’s OK resistance at the actuation point and these keys feel fast to type on. The chassis and screen bezel use 30% recycled hardware, and the screen and keycaps use 99% and 50% recycled material respectively. At both the packaging and product levels, sustainability and environmental awareness are more prominent than ever in the tech world: ocean plastics, recyclable boxes, metals on their second life. This will be included within your account minimum payment request every month and cannot be repaid using Take 3.That’s really not great — it’s on the lower end even for gaming laptops with beefier processors and hardcore GPUs. A 512GB SSD also offers plenty of space for all your documents, media and files without compromising on performance. Unfortunately, the Acer Aspire Vero’s display just doesn’t deliver, and the results are disappointing across the board. The “R” and “E” keys are backward and printed in yellow (to represent “review, rethink, recycle, and reduce”). The Acer Aspire Vero does not have a deep dish meaty keyboard, or one of those contentious ultra-shallow ones.

The Acer Aspire Vero is a little different on the outside, though, with a case and keyboard made partially from recycled plastic. That’s ample pace for any everyday task – whether you want to open all of your Office apps, loads of browser tabs or a basic photo-editing tool.Eco” branding aside, the Vero seems to be targeting people who want the most power they can get for their buck. The first benchmark we run is PCMark 10, a test that simulates a variety of Windows programs to give an overall performance score for office workflows.

If you step up, you don’t just get the better CPU – that machine has 16GB of memory and a 1TB SSD too. We're making continuous improvements to the compatibility checker and would love to hear your feedback!

It lets you play Control at 720p resolution, upscaled to 1080p so it actually looks tidy, at 30-35fps with the graphics set to Low.

The trackpad is roomy and even includes a fingerprint scanner to let you log in without typing your password via Windows Hello. Three tests focus on a system's CPU, stressing all cores and threads to assess a PC's number-crunching prowess.As before, the laptop's paint-free chassis is made of 30% post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic—saving, Acer says, about 21% of the usual carbon dioxide emissions—while the keycaps are 50% PCR. If you’d like a lighter, sturdier laptop with a better screen and more power – and if you’re happy switching operating systems – then consider the Apple MacBook Air M1. Top Ten Reviews is part of Future US Inc, an international media group and leading digital publisher. This machine doesn’t even have paint, because that’s not very eco-friendly – instead, the Vero has an eye-catching design that combines the plastic’s grey color with yellow flecks.



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