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Acer Aspire V7-582

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews of Acer Aspire V7-582. The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Laptops for all reviews. Opinions about the portability and durability are on the whole positive. The battery and screen are also appreciated. There are some mixed comments about the keyboard. Some have doubts about the usability and energy efficiency.

performance, screen, battery, durability, portability

image quality, touchpad, energy, usability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Acer Aspire V7-582 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Review analysis

(Based on 9 reviews)

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Expert review by: Michael Brown (pcworld.com)

Acer Aspire V7 review: This Ultrabook can play a decent game or two

 

Don't let the slim design fool you. This machine packs both a powerful CPU and a discrete graphics processor.

Bright, vibrant display ; 12GB of DDR3/1600 memory ; 24GB SSD cache ; Discrete Nvidia graphics processor

Poorly located power button ; Only one USB 3.0 port ; Single-band Wi-Fi adapter (2.4GHz only)

The Acer Aspire V7 has a few idiosyncrasies—primarily its poorly located ports and power button—but it delivers credible gaming performance in a superslim package.

Sep, 2013

Expert review by: Matt Smith (digitaltrends.com)

Acer Aspire V7 Review

 

In early 2012, at an event to brief the press on its new Kepler GPU architecture, Nvidia handed out an unusual Ultrabook: the Acer Aspire M3. Equipped with the GT 640M, the M3 was the first Ultrabook to ever ship with a discrete graphics solution....

Outstanding 1080p display ; Loud, pleasant speakers ; Very strong performance ; Discrete GPU allows for smooth gaming

Build quality could be better ; Keyboard and touchpad don’t impress ; Below average battery life (for a 4th-gen Ultrabook) ; Extremely hot at load

The Acer Aspire V7’s strong performance and discrete graphics impress, but its extreme temperatures at load and so-so build quality make it difficult to recommend to buyers uninterested in gaming on the go.

Aug, 2013

Expert review by: Michael Andronico (laptopmag.com)

Acer Aspire V7 Review

 

Acer's new 15-inch touch-screen Ultrabook offers stellar battery life at $849, but its graphics and screen resolution won't wow users.

Impressive battery life; Responsive keyboard and touch screen; Fast boot time

Low-res screen; Pricey; Power button hard to find

Acer's new 15-inch touch-screen Ultrabook offers stellar battery life at $849, but its graphics and screen resolution won't wow users.

Aug, 2013
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Expert review by: Kevin Lee (techradar.com)

Acer Aspire V7 review

 

Can portability and performance coexist in one Ultrabook?

Seamless design ; Gorgeous screen ; Thin and light

Rough trackpad, Loaded with bloatware ; Short battery life

Anyway you slice it the Acer Aspire V7 is an odd duck in the notebook world. It strikes an interesting compromise giving Ultrabook users a more capable machine while adding a smaller, lighter option for 14-inch laptop lovers. At the same time the Acer...

Sep, 2014

Expert review by: Elias Plastiras (goodgearguide.com.au)

Acer Aspire V7 ultra-thin notebook

 

Acer's Aspire V7 is a fourth-generation Intel Core-based notebook that's large, but thin

Well built and looks good ; Long battery life ; Good overall performance

Low screen resolution ; Touchpad capabilities ; Keys are a little shallow and too smooth

Despite a couple of quirks with its input devices, and a low screen resolution, the 15.6in Acer Aspire V7 is a very interesting laptop that caught us a little by surprise. It's solid, good looking, performs well, and its battery life is long.

Jul, 2013

Expert review by: Seth Barton (expertreviews.co.uk)

Acer Aspire V7 14in review

 

Acer's new mid-range laptop with Full HD display

Jun, 2013

Expert review by: Bennett Ring (cnet.com.au)

Acer Aspire V7

 

Acer's Haswell workhorse might not pack any remarkable features, but this rather uninteresting product will get the job done with a minimum of fuss.

A fast CPU for the price ; Decent overall specs ; Lengthy battery life

Low-resolution display ; Lacklustre GPU ; Slow mechanical hard drive

It might not be the smallest, fastest or sexiest Haswell-powered ultrabook on the market, but the V7 does what it sets out to achieve. Offering decent performance wrapped in respectable features at a reasonable price, it's the very definition of...

Aug, 2013
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