Acer has always been on the budget side of things but rarely sacrifices much-needed features along the way. And now we are happy to see a feature-packed laptop like the Aspire E5-575G costing so little finding its way into the lower-end of the market. We had the chance of using the notebook for a few days now and here’s what we think of it.
The chassis of the notebook uses mostly plastic with an interesting pattern that feels great and aids for a better grip when carrying it around. Of course, it’s not the best material for rigidity but gets the job done pretty well with the only weak spot being the center of the lid.