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Acer Nitro 5 Gaming Laptop, 9th Gen Intel Core i5-9300H

, 15.6" Full Hd Ips Display, 256Gb Pcie Nvme Ssd, 2 X Pcie M.2 Slots - 1 Slot Open For Easy Upgrades) & 1 - Available Hard Drive Bay

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What We Like

  • LED-backlit display makes it convenient to work with in dark spaces
  • 9th generation intel core i5-9300H processor offers fast operation
  • 8GB DDR and 256GB SSD offers ample storage space

Disadvantages

  • Difficult to connect Wi-Fi at times

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About Acer Nitro 5 Gaming Laptop, 9th Gen Intel Core i5-9300H

The Nitro 5 is powered by a 9th Gen Intel Core processor and high-performance graphics. Add some excitement to your gaming and play in dimly lit environments with the red backlit keyboard. Get More Done with Alexa Alex enables you to set reminders, timers, and alarms in your home. Get more done with ios - the smart assistant for your smartphone or tablet. If you're not sure what to do with your phone, you can turn it on and off.

Results of our analysis:

We analyzed 154,643 reviews for 868 products in the Laptops category.

We then analyzed 437 reviews for this product. None were recent.

Around 76% of reviews were positive and about 19% were negative.

Final Score:

9.56 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Apps and gaming support
  • Battery life
  • Build quality
  • Controls and functionality
  • Customer support
  • Display
  • Overall performance
  • Speaker
  • Touch control
  • Value for money
  • What buyers say about Acer Nitro 5 Gaming Laptop, 9th Gen Intel Core i5-9300H


    This is a good deal for a gaming laptop, but you will need an external drive to install and play games, and you will need to download a driver if you want to play games off of discs.


    The screen real estate doesn't make a big difference, the top surface doesn't get warm very much, the bottom surface doesn't, so you want to use a cooler underneath.


    The laptop that I tested out was the one that stood out to me the most, it was the only one that didn't say how impressed they were, considering what it costs.


    The camera and speakers are subpar, and the unit is mostly plastic. They also made some design decisions that are borderline incomprehensible to me, such as with the keys not showing up well in good light without the backlight.


    It appeared to be the best value gaming laptop I could find, even though it wasn't a huge fan of the GAMERRR aesthetic or the keyboard lighting, which contributes in a minute way to battery life.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    What frame-rates does it get in vrchat?

    A:

    These questions go to customers #1 and #2, and even Acer techs wouldn't know this answer unless they played that awful game.

    Q:

    Is it possible that it can run rust?

    A:

    It runs well at medium settings.

    Q:

    Is it possible to expand the storage on this laptop?

    A:

    I replaced the original M2 drive with a 2tb drive, added a second 2tb, and removed a 2tb SSD from my old computer.

    Q:

    Is it possible that it can run crysis?

    A:

    The original game was unoptimized so it might struggle a little in the Remastered version.

    Q:

    Is this laptop capable of running a call of duty warzone?

    A:

    It ran well, but it is very loud and you will still die a lot in the game.

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