Acer Aspire E15 E5-576-392H Specs and Reviews
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The Acer Aspire E15 E5-576-392H is the one of top performance laptops in this universe. Having more ability to work as virtual assistant in coin mining market. Acer Aspire E15 has 8th Generation Core i3 (8th Gen i3 8100) super cool processor having Clock speed stock of 3.6 GHz that gives Aspire E15 more boost while working with real-time control systems. The processor has Intel Smart Cache of 6MB and have Cores / threads of 4/4. Aspire E15 known as best laptop in Acer family. The other best feature of Acer Aspire E15 is its battery timing. Go all day with acer e15 having 13.5 battery timing whatever you call a day or by viewing movie.
Acer (Aspire E15) i3 is 7th Generation Laptop and has also model of Acer Aspire E15 i3 and Acer Aspire E15 i7
Acer aspire e15 touch is very sensitive and up to mark.
8th Generation Core i3 (8th Gen i3 8100) Processor
acer aspire e15 battery has a backup or standby time of 13.2 hrs.
Acer Aspire E15’s Processor Clock Speed is 3.6 GHz
Acer Aspire E15’s Ram is 6GB to 8GB
Aspire E15 has Hard Drive of 1TB called Acer Aspire E15 SSD Drive
Acer aspire e15 charger is specially design to charge acer e15 battery.
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Acer Aspire E15 has 1 year Company Warranty.
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- Very affordable.
- Best value for the components.
- Full HD display.
- Long battery life.
- Keyboard isn’t backlit
- unlike its predecessor
- Not-so-good speakers
Acer Aspire E15 E5-576-392H Design and Look:
The Aspire E 15 is exactly what we want to expect from a 15-inch low price acer laptop. It’s big, heavy and not particularly easy on the eyes. The laptop’s smooth black deck is made of chunky plastic, but a brushed metal texture gives it a deceivingly premium appearance.
The Acer Aspire E15 E5-576-392H, just like its predecessor, isn’t the fanciest system around, but it’s solidly built for a budget notebook. Its entire body is cut from plastic, with brushed patterns on the lid and keyboard deck to add some knack to an otherwise bland style. Measuring 1.19 by 15.02 by 10.2 inches (HWD) and weighing 5.12 pounds, it isn’t particularly portable –especially with the new crop of ultrabooks, but it’s reasonably thin and weighted for the category.
Compared, the ASUS ROG ZEPHYRUS S ULTRA SLIM GAMING LAPTOP is lighter and thinner at 0.9 inches and 5 pounds respectively, but it fails to impress on performance with its sixth-gen processor. If you’re concerned about lugging around a heavy notebook around, the Asus is a better choice, though the differences are minimal.
It has a 15.6-inch, 1,920-by-1,080 resolution screen, which should be the main reason you buy the system over any similarly priced laptop. Its angle viewing is a smidge narrower, if you’re a perfectionist, but the system’s LED backlit screen is certainly bright and clear enough for a viewing session among close friends. Granted, it won’t wow you with brightness or sharpness, but it’s not a mediocre picture like most budget 15-inch laptops.
Acer Aspire E15 E5-576-392H Keyboard and Touchpad:
The not-so-good build quality of the lid extends to the keyboard deck and touchpad but are in the realm of what you’d expect of a value system. Except for some flex in the keyboard deck, the rest of it is OK, with a sturdy feel and nice key travel distance. For the touchpad, it is responsive and looks easy on the eyes with a silver trim.
On the downside, the Acer Aspire E 15 (E5-575-33BM has a back-lit keyboard and, since the Acer Aspire E 15 (E5-576-392H) looks like an upgrade over last year’s model, I can’t gather why they dropped the backlit keyboard. Maybe…just maybe, Acer was after extending the system’s battery life, but it’s a painful sacrifice they made here. Nevertheless, the construction as a whole is sturdy enough, though, you should be aware that you aren’t getting an all-metal build in a value laptop.
Acer Aspire E15 E5-576-392H Connectivity Ports:
Here you’ll find a variety of ports, which is excellent for an inexpensive system that’s meant to remain versatile. The left flank holds most of the ports, including a pair of USB 3.0 ports (one with power-off charging), a HDMI port, a VGA connector, Ethernet port and surprisingly a USB-C port. On the opposite side is another USB port, a headset jack and a DVD drive.
The front side hold an SD card slot, which comes handy for transferring files and extending the laptop’s storage. The system comes with a 1TB 5400RPM hard drive, which means you won’t need to extend the storage unless you have lots of files to store, but it’s convenient to have the option. This capacity is far much than you’d find in most budget Chromebooks, though.
There is an M.2 slot accessible via the bottom door might you find in necessary top throw in a solid-state drive. Other features include dual-band 802.11AC Wi-Fi (with MU-MIMO technology, a bonus for the price) and Bluetooth 4.1. The same access door on the bottom lets you swap the storage and RAM, meaning you can swap the 2GB RAM stick with a 4GB stick to have a total of 8GB.
Acer Aspire E 15 E5-576-392H Performance:
This iteration of the Aspire E15 is powered by a 2.2 GHz (up to 3.4GHz) Intel Core i3-8130U processor, 6GB RAM and Intel UHD Graphics 620 graphics. The CPU is an eighth-generation power efficient chip designed for notebooks and Ultrabooks based on the Kaby Lake Refresh architecture (and not Coffee Lake). It replaces the Corei3-7130U and brings along better Turbo Boost and enhanced single thread performance. This configuration means that you’re getting efficient performance out of this value notebook.
On productivity, it gets better scores than the HP 15 and the Asus F556UA-AB32, both equipped with older chips. That said, it doesn’t match the speeds of Core i5 and i7 notebooks, obviously, as you get more core you’re crossing over to machines at whole different price tiers. You won’t make this your media project hub, but it’s the go-system for media consumption, surfing the web, word processing and related tasks.
If those are your primary needs, rest assured it will get the job done. Plus, the Intel UHD Graphics 620 graphics solution means 3D gaming is out the window, though you can score with less-demanding 2D games.
Acer Aspire E 15 E5-576-392H Audio and Speakers:
The Aspire E 15’s speakers are loud enough to fill a large room, but the overall sound quality is poor. When I listened to Band of Horses’ “The Funeral,” the vocals sounded hollow and distant. At high volumes, the speakers distorted, and even at around 60 percent, the guitar treble pierced my sensitive ears.
I played “A Change Is Gonna Come,” hoping to hear Sam Cooke’s silky-smooth delivery. Instead, the instruments overtook the song, pushing vocals to the background. The mid-range wasn’t much better when I listened to Travis Scott’s “Sicko Mode,” but at least the audio was well-balanced and clear.
Acer Aspire E 15 E5-576-392H Battery Life:
While it won’t set any records, the Acer Aspire E 15’s battery life is strong for a budget laptop. It lasted 8 hours and 48 minutes in our Laptop Mag Battery Test, which involves continuous web surfing over Wi-Fi at 150 nits of brightness. That’s almost 3 hours longer than the Acer Spin 3, which powered down after 6 hours.
Acer Aspire E15 E5-576-392H Webcam:
The Aspire E 15’s webcam doesn’t raise the low bar set by other budget laptops. At first, I blamed the lifeless images it captured on the laptop’s dull display. To test my theory, I snapped a selfie and viewed it from a more colorful monitor. To my surprise, my face still looked snow- white, like I’d just seen a ghost, and my dark-blue shirt was a deep black.
Acer Aspire E15 E5-576-392H Driver Configuration:
Acer Aspire E15 E5-576-392H has all Builtin drivers. It has Display Drivers (Acer VGA Drivers), Audio (Acer Sound Drivers) and Video Drivers, Connectivity Drivers (Acer Wifi Drivers) and Touchpad Drivers.
Acer Aspire E15 E5-576-392H Conclusions:
The Acer Aspire E15 E5-576-392H must be what you have in mind when defining a top-value laptop, offering impeccable features and good components at a low price. It is around the same price as the Acer Aspire E15 from last year, but performs better, has more memory, the same superb display, and even has a longer-lasting battery.
It doesn’t have a backlit keyboard, which is something that may make some to consider last year’s Acer Aspire E15 (E5-575-33BM), but it makes up with better performance and hardware. That said, on a feature set versus value basis, the Acer Aspire E 15 E5-576-392H offers the best combination of both, making it our top pick.