ACER Nitro 5 17.3'' Gaming Laptop - Intel Core i5 GTX 1650 256 GB SSD £699 @ Currys Ebay
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ACER Nitro 5 17.3'' Gaming Laptop - Intel Core i5 GTX 1650 256 GB SSD £699 @ Currys Ebay

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ACER Nitro 5 17.3'' Gaming Laptop - Intel Core i5 GTX 1650 256 GB SSD £699 @ Currys Ebay
Posted 22nd Jun 2020
Brand: ACER

Model: Nitro 5 17.3" Gaming Laptop - Intel® Core™ i5, GTX 1650, 256 GB SSD

MPN: NH.Q5CEK.008

Audio connections: 3.5 mm jack

Video connections: HDMI 2.0 x 1

USB: - USB Type-C x 1 - USB 3.1 x 2 - USB 2.0 x 1

Bluetooth: Bluetooth 5.0

Ethernet: Killer Ethernet port

WiFi: - Intel® WiFi 6 - 2x2

Storage: 256 GB SSD

Processor: - Intel® Core™ i5-9300H Processor - Quad-core - 2.4 GHz / 4.1 GHz - 8 MB

RAM: 8 GB DDR4 (2600 MHz)

Graphics card: - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 - 4 GB GDDR5

Box contents: - Acer Nitro 5 AN517-51 17.3" Gaming Laptop - Power adapter - User documentation

Manufacturer’s guarantee: 5 years

Dimensions: 26.9 x 403 x 280 mm (H x W x D)

Software: * Full version of Microsoft Office not included * Full version of anti-virus / internet security not included - XSplit Gamecaster - Acer Product Registration - Nitro Sense

Weight: 2.6 kg

Colour: Black

Operating system: Windows 10 Home

Type: Laptop

Security features: Kensington security lock slot

Camera: 1 MP webcam

Mouse / trackpad: Multi-touch trackpad with gesture control

Keyboard: Backlit FineTip keyboard with numeric keypad

Battery life: Up to 7 hours

Battery type: 4-cell Lithium-ion

Memory card reader: Yes

Disc drive: Yes

Touchscreen: Yes

Screen type: IPS LCD

Screen features: - Anti-glare - LED backlit

Screen size: 17.3"

Resolution: Full HD 1920 x 1080p

Speakers: 2

Audio software: Waves MaxxAudio

Height (mm): 26.9

Width (mm): 403

Depth (mm): 280

Weight Grams: 2600

SKU: 528361

UID: 10205985
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6 Comments
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It was 630£ last week
Bought an earlier Nitro 5 - after 7 months light use, one of the key caps broke off - they are really poor quality for a gaming keyboard, which you would expect to built to withstand constant key presses. The thing is, it was "K" that cam eoff - not a key that is used that frequently.
Currys said it was NOT a warranty issue and ACER said the same - I would look elsewhere if you need a better quality keyboard.
Additionally, being a backlit keyboard, it is quite difficult to see the Red key letters when it is on battery, as the keyboard backlight is off while on battery.
dijital23/06/2020 14:55

I'm pretty sure that was the 15.6" version


No was this one
russ1723/06/2020 17:46

Bought an earlier Nitro 5 - after 7 months light use, one of the key caps …Bought an earlier Nitro 5 - after 7 months light use, one of the key caps broke off - they are really poor quality for a gaming keyboard, which you would expect to built to withstand constant key presses. The thing is, it was "K" that cam eoff - not a key that is used that frequently. Currys said it was NOT a warranty issue and ACER said the same - I would look elsewhere if you need a better quality keyboard.Additionally, being a backlit keyboard, it is quite difficult to see the Red key letters when it is on battery, as the keyboard backlight is off while on battery.


I have one as well about for the same time.and totally agree. Plus it's heating up like crazy.
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