The Taiwanese manufacturer's Nitro 5 family benefits from a new and unusual model
The data showed that as part of the recent Black Friday and Cyber Monday promotions, at the end of last year, Acer's Nitro 5 mobile was hijacked like a particularly fresh bun - with a special price of $ 700 that is very hard to refuse for a hardware array that included a processor Core i7 quad core and video card model GeForce GTX 1050 Ti for medium and reasonable gaming.
Now it seems that there is another model in the Nitro 5 series that you should look for at a discounted cost on Amazon at every opportunity - which includes both a general processor and a graphics card from Intel's main competitor andNVIDIA as one.
The rest of the technical specifications, like the look, of the new laptop are very similar to those we are already familiar with from the brand, and constitute a midpoint that sounds optimal between a decent price and appropriate modern capabilities. You will find a 15.6-inch IPS screen with 1080p resolution, DDR4 memory of between 8 GB and 32 GB, SSD drive-based storage with volumes of 128 GB to 512 GB GB, 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity, dual transmission and reception channels, stereo speakers with Dolby audio enhancements, Windows 10 system, HDMI 2.0 connection and USB Type-A connections plus one USB Type-C connection - all together with a square transfer chip From the latest Ryzen Mobile family and a graphics card of the type Radeon RX 560 in Mobile Configuration with Bluetooth memory GDDR5 In 4 GB.
The resulting system performance should be at some midpoint between the performance of a mobile system with a processor Intel Square and 1050 GTX card Mobile And the system with GTX 1050 Ti card Mobile, When it is not clear whether any combination of dual graphics technology can be seen between the core of the Vega built into the general Ryzen processorPolaris Dedicated - We guess the answer is 'no', mainly due to the basic difference between the architectures.
Either way, it will be very interesting to see comparisons between different Nitro 5 models with different hardware, because to date we have seen very few laptops that included the RX 560 - and almost never together with a processor that is also fromAMD.
The red Nitro 5 (inside and outside) will reach stores this April, at a starting price of 800 dollars. Will it be more efficient and cost-effective than competing with theGeForce And Core? We'll see.