Acer Nitro 5 review: An affordable gaming laptop with killer value

At a glanceExpert’s Rating ProsExcellent graphics performanceEnjoyable keyboard Plenty of connectivity Loud, crisp audioConsUninspired designMixed processor performanceDisplay delivers mediocre image qualityShort battery lifeOur VerdictAcer’s Nitro 5 is a value gaming laptop held back by seriously short battery life. Price When Reviewed$1,299.99 Best Prices Today: Acer Nitro 5 (2022) $1,329.99 Free Gamers looking for a value laptop will…
Acer Nitro 5 review: An affordable gaming laptop with killer value

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