Aspire VX 15: An Ultra-fast Gaming Laptop With A Friendly Price

With CES 2017 on the horizon, Acer unveils a suite of gaming laptop models that will aim to both budget-seekers and hardcore gamers. There are many laptops in the store today and they offer to all kinds of users, whether these users want to use it for work, school, or also gaming. Now if you're looking for a gaming laptop, you'll be amazed to learn that Acer has revealed their latest gaming laptop in the form of the Acer Aspire VX 15.

The Acer Aspire VX 15 To Feature Extensive Cooling Capabilities

While gaming laptops are known for being expensive, it seems that the Aspire VX 15 will be relatively budget-friendly, although we think that boils down to how you configure it. Acer is boasting that the laptop has extensive cooling capabilities, meaning that it should be able to run at high performances without getting that laptop too hot, something that's important if you're trying to extend the life of your components, and at the same time preserving it.

The Acer Aspire VX 15: A Budget Friendly Gaming Laptop Yet Powerful

This Windows 10 powered device is built for gaming with a great focus on keeping the uniquely shaped notebook really cool. At a starting price of only $799, the Acer Aspire VX 15 is secured by NVIDIA's GTX 1050 series, the company's newest budget-friendly graphics card lineup. According to sources, configurations for the VX 15 can be built around the GTX 1050 or with the higher-end GTX 1050 Ti. Hence, models can also be built with either the Intel Core i5-7300HQ or also an Intel Core i7-7700HQ.


Both the graphics cards are a slight step behind those found on enthusiast-level gaming laptops, but they're still far ahead versus the onboard graphics found on relatively high-priced laptops. With most gaming laptops starting at above $1,000, the Acer is the best choice towards the budget gaming market. The Aspire VX 15 is believed to released in US next month.

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