Acer has always been the one OEM on the market pursuing sales by aggressive pricing. Most of their mainstream notebooks are priced considerably lower than its direct competitors while offering similar if not more powerful hardware. The newly released Aspire E15 (E5-575G) notebook makes a compelling case with a good performance/price ratio and successfully rivaling the similarly priced ASUS X556 notebook, which comes with the same 940MX GPU with GDDR5 VRAM and a lackluster screen to compensate for the lower price.
However, the E5-575G comes in strong with probably better screen quality and identical hardware. What’s more is that Acer’s solution somehow offers a much better build quality and input devices. The successfully adapted design from the Aspire E5-573 makes an appearance here as well with a bit more refined details like the outer surface and interior. It’s definitely an excellent all-rounder with an absurdly low asking price but does it make any major compromises the specs sheet doesn’t tell you about? That’s why we are here.
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