Acer has refreshed its Nitro 5 lineup of entry-level gaming laptops for the second half of 2021, and its new 17.3-inch mannequin launching in mid-October appears significantly spectacular given its $1,199.99 worth. Its 1080p show has a 144Hz refresh charge, and it comes geared up with an eleventh Gen Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia’s RTX 3050 Ti graphics chip. (Acer hasn’t specified the CPU mannequin or what the utmost graphics energy of the GPU can be.) Different specs embrace 16GB of DDR4 RAM and a 1TB SSD. That appears like a strong gaming laptop computer to me, as long as you’re not anticipating an excessive amount of out of it.

In order for you one thing smaller, Acer additionally has a 15.6-inch model coming in mid-October for $769.99. It additionally has a 144Hz refresh charge display, however as you might need guessed with the $400 worth distinction, there’s extra than simply measurement that will get a discount right here. It has an eleventh Gen Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of DDR4 RAM, a 256GB SSD, and on the graphics aspect of issues, it options the Nvidia GTX 1650. This could nonetheless be capable of do some gentle gaming, but it surely’ll seemingly be a extra compromised expertise than what the 17.3-inch can do.

Each fashions have an ethernet port and a Thunderbolt 4 port, along with three USB-A ports, HDMI out, a 3.5mm jack, and a Kensington slot.

Acer Nitro 5

The Nitro 5 costs by way of the barrel plug port on its aspect as a substitute of its rear, the place it was situated on the earlier iteration.
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Acer gave the newest Nitro 5 simply a few minor design changes that make it stand out a bit in comparison with the early 2021 mannequin. It nonetheless has a crimson and black colorway with edges that taper off, together with a full-size keyboard. The barrel plug charger now plugs in alongside the best aspect of the laptop computer as a substitute of its again, and components of its lid and chassis seem to have a grippier texture.

In case you simply acquired the Nitro 5 or the same gaming laptop computer earlier this 12 months, these upgrades don’t look like must-haves. However if you happen to’re out there for a 17.3-inch machine, Acer’s newest looks like a unbelievable worth.

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