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  • Hey guys, this is Austin.

  • Recently, I did a video on this guy.

  • A six-hundred and fifty dollar gaming laptop

  • entirely powered by AMD Ryzen.

  • That got me thinking

  • how would it stack up to an Intel and Nvidia option.

  • That's where this comes in.

  • This is the Acer Aspire Five.

  • Not only does it have Core i5 processor and MX150 graphics,

  • but impressively, it comes in with an even cheaper

  • 600 dollar price tag.

  • On paper this guy looks very similar to the HP Envy.

  • So we're getting a 15.6 inch display

  • and it's actually reasonably thin

  • considering it is a gaming laptop.

  • I will say at first glance, the build quality

  • does not match up to that HP.

  • It's all plastic.

  • While it doesn't look bad,

  • it sort of lacks that premium feel of the Envy.

  • However, what it lacks in feel

  • it makes up for in actual functionality.

  • Not only are we getting a full-sized ethernet jack,

  • but we also get USB-C, HDMI,

  • a USB 3.0 port, as well as an SD card reader,

  • and on the other side we're also getting two more USB ports.

  • You're getting a full-sized keyboard layout

  • in addition to the number row.

  • And even though most of the laptop is plastic,

  • it does have this metal shell on the inside

  • which does feel pretty nice as a palm rest.

  • Inside this guy has eighth gen Core i5-8250U

  • so it's going to be one of the new quad core chips.

  • You're getting those Nvidia MX150 graphics,

  • 8 gigabytes of dual channel DVR 4,

  • as well as a 256 gygabyte SSD.

  • However, all it takes is for you to fire up the Aspire Five

  • before you realize that there is one major thing missing:

  • a decent looking screen.

  • So on paper, it's not bad.

  • We're getting a 15.6 inch panel with a 1080p resolution.

  • The issue is... it is a very very

  • unimpressive looking TN panel;

  • Color is okay, but the contrast is straight up terrible.

  • And specially with the viewing angles,

  • the screen just doesn't look that great.

  • I get it.

  • Acer wanted to cut some costs

  • to be able to get this much performance

  • in such a cheap laptop,

  • but the screen is a little bit tough to deal with.

  • Thankfully though, it's not all bad.

  • So they keyboard is classic Acer.

  • It's not the most tactile thing in the world

  • but specially for gaming you're going to be totally fine.

  • And thankfully this guy also is using

  • a Windows precision touch pad.

  • I love to see these, as they are pretty much always

  • not only track more accurately,

  • but specially have those multi-touch gestures.

  • When you put the Acer side-by-side with the HP Envy

  • you're going to see that this guy has a much nicer display.

  • Sure, it might not be quite as bright as I would like,

  • but compared to the TN panel over here, it is night and day.

  • Plus, this guy is going to be a touch screen,

  • it's convertible, and built quality-wise

  • not only is this side going to be thinner

  • but also just feels a lot more premium.

  • One thing the Acer definitely has going for it

  • is upgrade-ability.

  • So underneath a couple of flaps on the bottom

  • you'll see not only do you have access to your memory

  • if you wanna upgrade that,

  • but over here if you pop up this little cover

  • you're going to see that we have full

  • two and a half inch drive bay that's completely empty.

  • So if you want you can upgrade with a bigger hard drive.

  • We can even throw in a second SSD in this guy.

  • When it comes to performance,

  • the Aspire is just in a different league.

  • So sure, the Envy does have that nicer screen

  • and better build quality, but in return,

  • you're getting not only an SSD but you're also getting

  • just a potent combination with the Core i5

  • and dedicated graphics.

  • The i5 8250U delivers good quad core performance.

  • It's right up there with a lot of higher end gaming laptops

  • and a fair bit above the Ryzen inside the Envy.

  • The graphics is where things really take off.

  • So with an Nvidia MX150 GPU, while it might not be

  • the most powerful graphics card in the world,

  • you're getting enough performance to play

  • some pretty decent 1080p games as you guys will soon see.

  • And when you compare it to the Ryzen chip inside the HP,

  • the vague graphics are just not going to be able to compete.

  • However, the real test is, of course,

  • what it's like to play in real-world games.

  • First off, we have CS GO.

  • Now as a game that even though it might be

  • a couple years old,

  • it is still incredibly popular

  • this is one of my favorite ways to test PC's.

  • And here on 1080p settings at high

  • We're getting near 80 to a 100 frames per second.

  • Super super playable.

  • (Happy music)

  • What's not playable is my shotgun right now.

  • Oh, did I get it?!

  • Did I get it?! Ohhh!

  • The game I just got my goal in is Rocket League.

  • So, just like CS GO, it's not really difficult thing to run

  • so we're getting between 40 to 50 frames per second

  • on high settings at 1080.

  • And again, this is another great example...

  • Well that's not a good idea.

  • Another good example of a game that is (laughs)...

  • it's kind of perfect for a 600 dollar laptop.

  • It's nice that we're getting this kind of performance

  • out of something that is relatively affordable.

  • Next up, for something a little bit newer we have PUBG.

  • Now, obviously we're just in the opening area

  • but on 1080 low we're getting like 35 frames per second.

  • Man, this game has come a long way now that they don't have

  • 300 thousand people spawning in one area.

  • I will say one thing.

  • Even though the screen isn't that bad on this laptop

  • just having to angle it down a little bit

  • to get a better camera angle

  • means that it looks a little bit washed out right now.

  • I really wish that they had spent

  • just a little bit more money on a nicer paneling.

  • Man, this thing would be perfect.

  • So yeah, 1080p low is definitely very playable here.

  • So we are averaging around 30 to 35 frames per second.

  • If you wanted to really optimize those frames

  • you could probably go down to 720p.

  • But with a game like PUBG

  • I feel like on a 600 dollar laptop

  • I'm not really complaining about low settings.

  • To really put this to the test,

  • we have Middle-earth: Shadow of War.

  • Now this is not only a much nicer looking game,

  • but also a more technically demanding one.

  • And here at 1080p on low settings we're getting

  • right around 30 frames per second.

  • So if it's going to be me, I'm probably going to turn on

  • the dynamic resolution to get that

  • frame rate up just a little bit.

  • But again, a very playable game.

  • So as you guys can see, the gaming performance is not bad.

  • Specially given this 600 dollar price point.

  • Something else I like is the standard SSD.

  • Now sure, it's easy enough to add another SSD

  • or another hard drive if you want some extra space

  • but having Windows and everything fully ready

  • on an SSD out of the box is nice.

  • I can't tell you how many hours of my life I've wasted

  • waiting for slow old laptops

  • with normal hard drives to update.

  • This makes everything so much faster.

  • The Aspire Five is a seriously killer little gaming laptop.

  • Now this is very rare for me to say,

  • but I don't really have a lot to complain about.

  • They made a lot of really smart decisions on the components.

  • There is a ton of performance for 600 dollars.

  • Really, the only thing I can complain about is the screen.

  • Now, no, it's not a deal breaker,

  • but it would've been nice if they had put

  • just a little bit of a better display in here.

  • However, besides that, this is a close to perfect

  • gaming laptop considering the budget.

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