Stylish and dependable, the Acer Aspire V 15 is equally suited for daily productivity and multimedia entertainment. Its sixth-generation Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of memory, and 1TB hard drive make short work of multitasking. And when it’s time for entertainment, a spacious 15.6-inch Full HD touchscreen and DVD drive are great for watching movies, while stereo speakers with Dolby Digital Plus make it all sound as good as it looks. Immerse yourself in rich, room-filling audio with Dolby Digital Plus, which brings movies to life and puts you in the middle of the action. Enjoy crystal-clear color, picture, and sound with the DVD SuperMulti double-layer drive, which is also great for burning DVDs and CDs. A massive 1TB hard drive has plenty of room for storing volumes of digital files, while 8GB of RAM ensures everything runs fast and smooth. The V 15 pairs a sharp-looking black cover with a textured finish and sleek contours for a stylish design that draws attention.Click to See Price
Acer Aspire V 15 V3-575T-7008 Specs
- Intel Core i7-6500U 2.50 GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 3.10 GHz
- 15.6 in Full HD IPS touchscreen (1920 x 1080), 10-finger multi-touch support
- 8GB DDR3L 1600 MHz RAM / 802.11ac (Miracast enabled)
- 1TB Hard Drive / DVD SuperMulti double layer Optical Drive
- Windows 10 Operating System; Steel Chassis
Acer Aspire V 15 V3-575T-7008 Reviews
This Acer Aspire, how I love, let me count the ways… My last few purchases had been Dell’s and this time I decided to try someone different. So, after researching for weeks, hem-hawing on what laptop to purchase, and stalking the Microsoft Store, I decided to go with this Acer Aspire V15 V3-575T-7008 here on Amazon. SIGNATURE edition. Before this round of computer shopping, I had never before heard of Signature editions, but was glad I did. No pre-loaded, 3rd party trial packages of anything. Just a clean PC, exactly how I wanted. (Though in full disclosure, MS Office does pop up asking me to purchase, but that is so minor compared to what I have had before.)
The Acer Aspire has an Intel Core I7 processor, 8 GB of ram, and 1 TB of hard drive memory, which was exactly what I was looking for. Fast and with a lot of memory without going over $1,000. The wireless internet runs pretty quick and it gives pretty good sound, though be aware the speakers are on the bottom. The screen resolution is great.
Things I’m surprised I love: The touch screen. I did not pick this laptop for the touchscreen, but I am surprised how much I use and like it. Scrolling through webpages, word documents, pdf’s, etc. Also, the back lit keyboard. I’m sure these are standard now days, but it’s a cool feature to have as the evening comes. The keyboard. This is personal preference, as not all hands are the same, but I adjusted to this one really quickly. I was expecting the keys to be smushed together because it has a keypad, also, but am not having any issues.
The only other word of caution I offer is that I have only been using this computer for a few weeks. I have used it every day and love it, but I have not pushed it to it’s limits, so to speak. It is, by far, the most I have ever spent on a computer and but decided to view it as an investment in a device that I will use nearly every day for the next few years. And I have not regretted it!