The Aspire 7 (A715-75G) is an office/business device, that has a rather incognito look. However, it can double as an entry-level gaming machine thanks to its 45W CPU and dedicated graphics card. As for the upgrade options – they are more than decent.
1. Remove the bottom plate
You need to undo 13 Phillips-head screws to access this laptop’s internals. After you remove them, pry the bottom panel, and lift it away from the device.
The battery here has a capacity of 50Wh.
3. Мemory and storage
This notebook supports up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM thanks to its two SODIMM slots. Storage-wise, you get one M.2 PCIe x4 slot.
4. Cooling system
For cooling, there are two heat pipes shared between the CPU and the GPU, and one more dedicated to the graphics card only. Then, there are two fans and two heat sinks, one of which is pretty long.
Acer Aspire 7 (A715-75 / A715-75G) in-depth review
Acer Aspire 7 is your ticket to incognito gaming. Its design characteristics haven't changed in years (with the exception of some minor details here and there), but what has improved is the hardware. This particular model comes with Intel's 10th Gen processors, and up to the GTX 1650 Ti. Indeed, not the most powerful combo out there, but it definitely has the potential to be your go-to device for both work and gaming. Actually, the Aspire 7 has been historically similar to the Nitro 5 gaming[...]Read the full review
- Great price/performance ratio
- Sufficient cooling
- Fast-paced display options
- 2x SODIMM slots + 1x M.2 PCIe x4 slot
- No PWM (LG LP156WFC-SPD5 (LGD065А))
- Good battery life
- Fingerprint reader
- Lacks an SD card reader and Thunderbolt support
- Covers only half of sRGB (LG LP156WFC-SPD5 (LGD065А))
- The keyboard could have been better