ACER Aspire E15 15.6" Gaming Laptop - Black (Intel Core i5-7200U, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD Storage, GTX 950M) with DIRT4 + extra software Free £629.10 with code (10% off WIndows Laptops over £699) @ Currys
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ACER Aspire E15 15.6" Gaming Laptop - Black (Intel Core i5-7200U, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD Storage, GTX 950M) with DIRT4 + extra software Free £629.10 with code (10% off WIndows Laptops over £699) @ Currys

£629.10Currys Deals
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Found 25th Oct
Good price for this gaming laptop from ACER. Originally £699, you can get it for £629.10 with 10% off code for Windows Laptops over £699 (Ends Tuesday)

Use code 'WIndows10' at checkout to receive discounted price.

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- Experience fast performance from an Intel® Core™ i5 processor

- Crystal clear picture quality on a Full HD display

- Lots of space for photos and music on a 1 TB hard drive

- Faster network speed with a Gigabit LAN Ethernet port

- A comfortable typing experience on a chiclet keyboard

The Acer Aspire E15 15.6" Gaming Laptop is part of our Gaming range, which features the most powerful PCs available today. It has superior graphics and processing performance to suit the most demanding gamer.

Experience fast performance

The Acer Aspire E15 delivers fast performance at all times thanks to a 7th generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor. It breezes through apps and everyday computing jobs such as browsing the web, watching videos, and listening to music.

And with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M graphics card, you'll be able to get the best performance from some of the latest PC games. It maximises graphical performance so games look and play as they should.

Crystal clear picture quality

A 15.6” Full HD display brings your photos, movies, games and creative projects to life with sharp pictures full of colour and detail.

Lots of space for photos and music

A spacious 1 TB hard drive offers lots of room for your photos, movies, music and documents.

Faster network speed

The Aspire E15 has WiFi built-in, but for an even faster network speed you can plug in an Ethernet cable into the laptop's Gigabit LAN Ethernet port for an interruption-free online connection. The faster connection is ideal for downloading music, streaming movies, and for playing multiplayer games online.

In addition to the Ethernet port you'll find four USB ports to plug in accessories such as USB memory sticks, additional speakers, and more.

A comfortable typing experience

The island-style keyboard offers a more natural typing experience, with well-spaced keys that have a greater travel distance and more satisfying feedback. It's quiet too, so you're less likely to disturb anyone else in a library, or late at night at home.

9 Comments

The i5 7200u is a duo core processor. Cold from me

This is not a laptop suitable for what most gamers would define as 'gaming'.
Terribly weak GPU and a low power CPU.

Not voting because this may actually be a great price for such an awful laptop and there may be a few people out there that might be after this terrible laptop.

Stick with the ACER Predator, incredible machine.

Malabus32 m ago

Stick with the ACER Predator, incredible machine.


Do you have a link to a deal for that?

950m. Gaming.

FireOnAWire57 m ago

950m. Gaming.


Is there any other reason other than gaming to buy a dedicated graphics card for vast majority of customers??

Therefore it's a gaming laptop just as a 150cc is as much a motorbike as a harley

Pretty annoying to see these children in every laptop deal whining over how x gaming device doesn't suit their "elitist" specs, please go out and have a life

manowarbruno7 m ago

Is there any other reason other than gaming to buy a dedicated graphics …Is there any other reason other than gaming to buy a dedicated graphics card for vast majority of customers?? Therefore it's a gaming laptop just as a 150cc is as much a motorbike as a harleyPretty annoying to see these children in every laptop deal whining over how x gaming device doesn't suit their "elitist" specs, please go out and have a life



Yes you can use a GPU to accelerate/offload rendering workloads. Although you wouldn't realistically do it on such a system.

If you like analogies it's like calling a pond a swimming pool.
Sure you can do the same activity with both of them but would you want to?

A 1050 is the absolute bare minimum to be considered a gaming device imo.

Where can I obtain this outdoor life you speak of?
Is it an expansion pack?
Link please.
Edited by: "FireOnAWire" 25th Oct

Destard5 h, 55 m ago

Do you have a link to a deal for that?


Selling in Argos for £949.00 two weeks ago, snapped it up...went back up to £1199.00 one week ago and gone down (again) £1099
£argos.co.uk/pro…014
Edited by: "Malabus" 25th Oct

Malabus has it been a good laptop so far? Does it have an optical drive?

May put this one on the wish list and wait for a sale.
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