amazon Acer Aspire E1-572-6870 reviews
Classic design that luxury
Acer has traditionally pursued traditional design values, choosing innovative ways to do so, and the Aspire E1-572 is no exception. At first glance, the Aspire E1-572 does not make much difference to mass-market laptops. However, no breakthrough, no new does not mean that there are no unique features. In contrast to the relatively soft price, the Aspire E1-572 features a sleek black casing made of high quality glossy plastic, surrounded by metallic bezel around the camera body and compact hood 15.6-inch image. However, users should regularly clean the folds and chassis to ensure the gloss, because the hard plastic material of the machine is easy to attach fingerprints.
At 15 x 10.1 x 0.8 inches, the Aspire E1-572 is slimmer than the ASUS X550CA (14.9 x 9.8 x 0.97-1.2 inches). It weighs approximately 2.1 kg, lighter than the Asus G580 (2.36 kg) and the Asus X550CA (2.17 kg).
The Aspire E1-572 is equipped with a 15.6-inch screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels and a 0.9-megapixel webcam (capable of recording at 720p resolution). With a modestly light 139 lux, the Aspire E1-572 seems to be intentionally set up to extend battery life. The connectivity of the Aspire E1-572 includes an HDMI port, a USB 3.0 port, two USB 2.0 ports, a headphone jack, an Ethernet port, a VGA port, and a memory card slot on the left side of the touchpad.
One design that can be considered as a limitation is the layout of the stereo twin loudspeaker in the bodywork, which causes a lot of noise, but still suffers from some distortion if there are obstructions. Due to the bottom of the machine, the sound emanating from the loudspeaker will flush straight to the surface of the machine, making the sound more or less clogged. Try to flip the machine to the speaker facing the user, will see the sound is much rounder and clearer. The manufacturer should have been able to arrange the speakers in a more reasonable position.
Similar to the 15-inch notebooks, the Aspire E1-572 is equipped with a full-size keyboard without backlight. The surface of the key is coated with a rough surface to create a feeling of elegance and at the same time help prevent slip when typing fast. The distance between the keys is just enough in the reach of the hands, giving the user a comfortable feel. However, at the Acer Aspire E1-572, the four Esc keys – tilde – Tab and Caps Lock are scaled down, giving way to the Backspace key and the Shift key to the right.
Although some laptops from Acer previously received a negative review for the touchpad, but still firmly “stick” stays the touchpad touchpad (touchpad) on the Aspire E1-572. The Aspire E1-572’s touchpad is full-size, centered (bottom, G, and H), so it’s prone to fatigue when typing repeatedly. This position is also very easy to cause jump phenomenon due to inevitable collision between wrist and touchpad during typing. E1-572 also has quite similar design with Apple left mouse button – right block, but in the product of Acer, this design creates dead zones in the middle of the key and only sensitive in two side keys, causing inconvenience to the operation on Windows 8.
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Owning the 1.6-GHz dual-core i5-4200U processor, the Aspire E1-572 is pioneering the entry-level low-cost laptops powered by high-end Haswell chips. The machine has 4GB of DDR3 RAM, a 500GB 5400 RPM hard drive and an Intel HD Graphic 4400 graphics chip. This configuration contributes to all the tasks performed on the E1-572 smoothly.
Compared to the two models of the ASUS X550CA and Lenovo G580 using 3rd generation Intel Core processors, the overall performance of the E1-572 is outstanding. E1-572 reached 2,668 points when measured on PCMark 7 while the two models reached 1918 and 2565 respectively. So, despite possessing Intel’s most advanced processor, the clock speed of the E1-572 is not really superior.
Windows 8’s Aspire E1-572 boot time is 20 seconds, 3 seconds faster than the Lenovo G580, but 5 seconds slower than the ASUS X550CA. This is an impressive number as the average boot speed for other models is 38 seconds. On Windows 8, the switch between the interfaces on the Aspire E1-572 is also quite smooth.
In terms of display capabilities, although equipped with Intel graphics HD 4400 graphics, the Aspire E1-572 does not convince at color depth and viewing angle. The image displayed on the E1-572 is quite detailed, but the colors are slightly fresher and less prone to bass, especially when the viewer is not in focus.
The Aspire E1-572 scores 805 points on the 3DMark 11. Average 15-inch laptops have a graphics score of 1306, but it’s a much higher price tag than the Aspire E1. When tested with WOW, the E1-572 reaches 33 frames per second in normal mode with the default resolution of 1366 x 768. Installing the game in the highest resolution mode with the same resolution, the image rate decreases and stops. Again at 18 frames per second. On normal installation and similar resolution, the X550CA stops at 23 fps and the G580 does better when stopped at 27 fps.
The plus point for the Aspire E1-572 is its long battery life, thanks to its 4cell 2500mAh battery and fast speed (thanks to the Haswell chip). The Aspire E1-572 can stay up to 5 hours 52 minutes if you only surf the web constantly in Wifi mode and 40% brightness, not just beyond the average (5 hours 30 minutes). However, the E1-572 loses points due to limited ability of heat dissipation. Try measuring the temperature of the E1-572 after 15 minutes of gaming. “Family Guy” shows the temperature on the touchpad is 31 ° C, the middle of the G and H keys are 29 ° C and the engine temperature is 35 ° C.
On the Aspire E1-572 there are pre-installed Acer applications such as Crystal Eye, AcerCloud, Acer Power Button, Acer Device Fast Lane, Acer Media, Docs and Photo and some 3rd party applications including “Cut The Rope” “,” Doodle God “, Kindle, Netflix, Spotify, Norton’s Internet Security 30-day trial. In addition, Aspire E1-572 is also covered for 1 year.
The Acer Aspire E1-572-6870 is slimmer with a fourth generation Intel Core i5 chip, 4GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive. The biggest disadvantage of the E1-572 is the location of the touchpad, mouse and speakers are not really reasonable and the ability to display color is not good. In return, the E1-572 has a soft price, comparable performance and battery life.
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