Acer Aspire E15 E5-575G Price in Singapore & Specifications
|Operating System||Windows 10|
|Integrated Graphic Card||No|
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768pixels|
Reviewed on 2017-07-19
Great battery life, Good performance, Colorful display, Plenty of ports, Nvidia graphics
Bulky, Dim screen, Poor webcam quality
If you want a Windows laptop that can do it all, you usually have to pay big bucks. However, for $580 ($620 for the Core i7 configuration), Acer's Aspire E 15 E5-575G-57D4 delivers solid features, like a colorful HD 1080p display, Core i5 power and a 256G...Read more >
Reviewed on 2016-09-29
superb price-performance ratio, decent configuration, fast processor, gaming-suitable graphics card, Full HD resolution, USB Type-C, long battery life, empty M.2 slot, ac WiFi
screen's very low brightness, no Windows operating system, slow hard drive, throttling in the stress test
Lots of hardware for little money. Thanks to a GeForce GTX 950M and a cutting-edge Kaby Lake processor, Acer's Aspire E5-575G should render even sophisticated games smoothly - and this at a competitive price of just 600 Euros ($673). What is the catch?...Read more >
Reviewed on 2016-09-26
The display has very good color coverage, better than many IPS displays, GT 940MX can run many games pretty well on 768p, Can handle most of current games, thermally, Very quiet, M.2 slot 2.5" SATA bay, USB typeC, Good hinges, In this specific version 250...
No mDP, HDMI 2.0, USB 3.1 gen2, Thunderbolt 3, only three USB 3.0 ports, Display quality isn't good, with mostly high black levels and bad contrast, as well as bad vertical viewing angles (which is less of a problem), Cooling system should be better. Can'...
Well, the E5-575G offers a nice combination of performance and features for $550 and though it's not a lot, it is better than most of the other options for around $500-$550 (at most!). I'd definitely recommend going for $50-$100 and get one of the much fa...Read more >
Reviewed on 2016-07-19
Good productivity and gaming performance, Long battery life, USB-C port
Uncomfortable keyboard and touchpad, Dim screen, A bit heavier than other 15-inchers
The Acer Aspire E5-575G-53VG is not the only decent laptop selling for under $600, but it is one of the few that offers worthwhile gaming chops. With high-quality hardware, long battery life and competent performance for both work and play, the $550 E5 is...Read more >
Reviewed on 2016-07-14
Decent touchpad and keyboard experience, No PWM above 17% brightness, USB-C 3.1 connectivity for ultra-fast data transfer, Good price/performance ratio (it's even suitable for some light gaming), Supports M.2 SATA SSDs
Runs a little bit too warm on high load, The screen has low maximum brightness, The interior and lid are a fingerprint magnet
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...Read more >
Reviewed on 2019-09-09
The Acer Aspire E5-575G-55NW does a nice job of giving most consumers more performance then they could possibly need with potentially only the highest end and demanding consumers finding there isn't quite enough horsepower. The Intel Core i5 may not be th...
The 15.6 inch display on the Acer Aspire E5-575G-55NW while great especially since it is backed by decent graphics lacks one of the newer nice to have features which is touchscreen. There are plenty of consumers who have made the switch over to this techn...
if you are looking for a mid-range laptop with above average graphics then you might want to check out the all new Acer Aspire E5-575G-55NW which comes with some generous specs along with a decent graphics card that easily beats out some of the basic chip...Read more >