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Laptops Direct has rolled out a decent offer on the high-end Acer V3-571 laptop. This notebook is a real ‘beast’, not only is it well designed but also it has some impressive specs under the hood - a perfect combination between looks and performance. The V3-571G comes with a quad-core third generation i7-3632QM processor. This CPU is capable of running at up to 3.20GHz with 6MB smart cache which is, as you know, incredibly fast. Actually, at the moment it ranks in TOP 15 most powerful CPUs for laptops. This Acer V3-571 is also available at:

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The V3-571G has 4GB of ultra-fast 1600MHz DDR3 memory ensuring that multitasking is super snappy even under heavy load. On the storage side, this Acer isn’t bad, either. It has a 500GB internal hard drive with 5400 revolutions per minute. Obviously, this isn’t an impressive speed figure which suggests that the hard drive will be a bottleneck on this system. To utilise the full potential of this ‘beast’, one would be advised to upgrade it with a solid state drive.

Unfortunately, there’s no cherry on top such as dedicated graphics card so new blockbuster video games will most likely have low frame rate. This chip should allow you to play some of older games with mid-to-high visuals.

Still, the Acer V3 with i7 for only £515.98 sounds good, doesn’t it? You can get it now from laptopsdirect.co.uk.

Features and Specifications Summary

  • Laptop Model - Acer Aspire V3-571
  • Processor – Third Generation Intel Core i7-3632Q, Ivy Bridge
  • CPU Speed – 2.20GHz (Turbo Boost up to 3.20GHz), Cache 6MB
  • CPU Cores – Quad-Core
  • Screen Size – 15.6-inch
  • Display – 1366 x 768, HD, LED Backlight
  • Memory – 4GB, DDR3-1600MHz
  • Storage – 500GB, 5400rpm
  • Graphics – Integrated Intel HD 4000
  • Connectivity – USB3.0 x1, USB2.0 x2, HDMI x1, VGA x1, Ethernet x1, MultiCard Reader x1
  • Battery Life –  up to 4 hours and 30 minutes
  • Operating System – Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit


 

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