Acer Aspire ES 15, 15.6″ HD, Intel Core i3-6100U, 4GB DDR3L, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, ES1-572-31KW

June 12, 2017 - Comment

Acer Aspire ES1-572-31KW comes with these high level specs: 6th Generation Intel Core i3-6100U Processor (2.3GHz, 3MB L3 cache), Windows 10 Home, 15.6″ HD Widescreen LED-backlit Display, Intel HD Graphics 520, 4GB DDR3L Memory, 1TB SATA Hard Drive (5400RPM), 8X DVD-Super Multi Double-Layer Drive (M-DISC enabled), Secure Digital (SD) card reader, High Definition Audio Support,

Acer Aspire ES1-572-31KW comes with these high level specs: 6th Generation Intel Core i3-6100U Processor (2.3GHz, 3MB L3 cache), Windows 10 Home, 15.6″ HD Widescreen LED-backlit Display, Intel HD Graphics 520, 4GB DDR3L Memory, 1TB SATA Hard Drive (5400RPM), 8X DVD-Super Multi Double-Layer Drive (M-DISC enabled), Secure Digital (SD) card reader, High Definition Audio Support, 802.11ac WiFi featuring MIMO technology, Bluetooth 4.0, Gigabit Ethernet, Built-In HD Webcam, 2 – USB 2.0 ports, 1 – USB 3.0 Port, 1 – HDMI Port, 4-cell Li-ion Battery (3220 mAh), Up to 6.5-hours Battery Life, 5.29 lbs. | 2.4 kg (system unit only) (NX.GD0AA.005)

Product Features

  • 6th Generation Intel Core i3-6100U Processor (2.3GHz, 3MB L3 cache)
  • 15.6″ HD Widescreen CineCrystal LED-backlit Display
  • 4GB DDR3L Memory, 1TB 5400RPM HDD
  • Windows 10 Home
  • Up to 6.5-hours Battery Life

Comments

Mr. EcoBoost says:

A well-rounded budget laptop more than adequate for school and professional use I have several low-budget laptops, computers, and mini-PC’s with Core i3 processors and integrated graphics, and they all work great. Here’s the secret that most computer manufacturers probably don’t want you to know: you don’t need discrete graphics (external video graphics board) or the latest/fastest Core i7 processors unless you plan to run CAD, play the latest games, or run resource intensive applications that 99% of the world’s computer users aren’t going to be doing on a laptop…

Dan Leithauser says:

Highly capable, great value for most I have a number of Dell and Sony corporately supplied laptops that are low to mid-range in price and performance. My normal at home “working” (gaming) setups includes a multi-card GPU desktop and a mid-range gaming laptop. I do not expect this type of midrange laptop to run games–they are strictly for work. 

AA says:

Decent basic laptop. I will make this review as a layman (non-tech) person simple. Before considering this one, please also look at the next level up by Acer the E15, which is only fifty bucks more currently yet offers almost twice the battery time, a true HD 1080 screen and a seventh generation Intel chip-set of the same i3 Core series. Also, the E15 uses a a more current DRAM which is easier to get and slightly cheaper should you want to increase the RAM from 4GB to higher number. 

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