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The Acer Nitro 5 is a budget gaming laptop with an unobtrusive design and solid gaming performance for the price, as long as you're willing to turn down the settings for some games. Acer needs to cool its jets on the bloatware, though...
Affordable, Design isn't garish, Decent gaming performance for the price,
Tons of bloatware, Display is a bit washed out
Much like the AMD-variant we tested a few months ago, the Intel-based variant of the 2021 Nitro 5 is a very competitive laptop in its class. This one performed faster in our tests thatn the AMD option, especially with combined loads and games, but also ra...
sturdily made and nice looking for the class, fast and quiet keyboard with NumPad and 4zone RGB, some good FHD and QHD screen options, but not the AU Optronics 144Hz panel, excellent performer in daily use, demanding loads and games, easy to open up and u...
still a smudgy black plastic build, with some red accents, keep away from the AU Optronics 144Hz screen option, runs hotter and noisier than the AMD variants with games and demanding loads, poor audio, only a 58 Wh battery and limited battery life on this...