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Acer Nitro 5 Intel Core i5-9300H, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 4GB Graphics, 15.6 inch Full HD Gaming Laptop £699.99 @ Very
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Acer Nitro 5 Intel Core i5-9300H, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 4GB Graphics, 15.6 inch Full HD Gaming Laptop £699.99 @ Very

£699.99£929.9925%Very Deals
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Posted 18th Nov 2019

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Saw this price reduce this morning, seems like a good deal considering the spec and original price.

£560 if you choose 6 months buy now pay later, Bargain





The Acer Nitro 5 Gaming Laptop has all the power you need to shine.The combination of a powerful 9th Gen Intel® Core™ i5-9300H processor and 8GB RAM can handle all your computing needs, with 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics giving you smooth, lag-free streaming and games. Acer NitroSense delivers heightened fan speeds to keep your laptop cool regardless of how crazy the action gets.

The 15.6 inch Full HD display (1920x1080)




is perfect for getting the most out of all your entertainment, with movies and videos bursting into life before your eyes. Invigorate your gaming and enjoy crushing audio as Waves MaxxAudio meets Acer TrueHarmony. Get intelligent bass, dialog and volume enhancement with
Waves MaxxAudio, and deeper, richer sounds with Acer TrueHarmony.
Look the part thanks to a sleek gaming design with an iron red backlit keyboard and touchpad edge, and enjoy fast wireless with next generation 802.11ac 2x2 MIMO technology to give you up to 5 times faster than traditional laptop connectivity.

A 512GB Solid State Drive also ensures everything happens fast, including super-quick boot-up times, as well as providing useful storage space.

When you spend your days on the go, you need a device that is always ready for what's next – and with a 7-hour battery life on a full charge, then you know your Acer Nitro 5 laptop can keep up the pace when you need it.

When heavy use requires an added boost, chill out with twin fans, Acer CoolBoost technology and a dual exhaust port design. CoolBoost increases fan speed by 10% and CPU/GPU cooling by 9% compared to auto mode.

Plug all your peripherals into the full range of ports, including HDMI 2.0, USB Type-C Gen 1 and more.
  • Blue Tooth: Y
  • Depth: 255 MM
  • Display Size: 15.6in
  • Dongle Required: N
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 4G
  • Hard Drive Storage: 512 Gb
  • Height: 25.9 MM
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-9300H
  • RAM Memory: 8 GB
  • Screen Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Screen Type: Full HD IPS
  • Touch Screen: N
  • Width: 363.4 MM
  • Wifi Enabled: Y











NetworkingBluetooth 5.0, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax, Gigabit Ethernet
Dimensions (WxDxH)36.34 cm x 25.5 cm x 2.684 cm
Weight2.5 kg
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Good price but the dim display and awful speakers on this machine puts me off. Personally not a fan of the bezels either.

Heat added though.
Edited by: "merb0786" 18th Nov 2019
merb078618/11/2019 19:00

Good price but the dim display and awful speakers on this machine puts me …Good price but the dim display and awful speakers on this machine puts me off. Personally not a fan of the bezels.



This laptop or the HP Pavillion very.co.uk/hp-…top


I tried the Asus 120hz laptop on for 629.99 touch pad is faulty and i've seen many youtube complain about the issue. Laptop is okay overall
How does this pay layer discount work ?
remix1918/11/2019 19:02

This laptop or the HP Pavillion …This laptop or the HP Pavillion https://www.very.co.uk/hp-pavilion-gaming-15-dk0010na-intel-core-i5-8gb-ram-256gb-ssd-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1650-4gb-graphics-156-inch-full-hd-laptop-shadow-black/1600401475.prd?_requestid=920597&Ntt=hp gaming laptopI tried the Asus 120hz laptop on for 629.99 touch pad is faulty and i've seen many youtube complain about the issue. Laptop is okay overall


Would lean towards HP.
remix1918/11/2019 19:02

This laptop or the HP Pavillion …This laptop or the HP Pavillion https://www.very.co.uk/hp-pavilion-gaming-15-dk0010na-intel-core-i5-8gb-ram-256gb-ssd-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1650-4gb-graphics-156-inch-full-hd-laptop-shadow-black/1600401475.prd?_requestid=920597&Ntt=hp gaming laptopI tried the Asus 120hz laptop on for 629.99 touch pad is faulty and i've seen many youtube complain about the issue. Laptop is okay overall


What was wrong with the touchpad on the Asus ? You said the touchpad was faulty on the Acer aspire 5 from curries last week, either you have bad luck or your paranoid
I ended up ordering the hp pavilion and its a great little machine, i put an extra 8gb ram stick in for £30
Mark_Hickman18/11/2019 19:28

What was wrong with the touchpad on the Asus ? You said the touchpad was …What was wrong with the touchpad on the Asus ? You said the touchpad was faulty on the Acer aspire 5 from curries last week, either you have bad luck or your paranoid I ended up ordering the hp pavilion and its a great little machine, i put an extra 8gb ram stick in for £30



merb078618/11/2019 19:03

Would lean towards HP.


That touchpad was crap, you couldnt move the cursor precisely without having it judder at slow speeds. That's what cheap mouse pads do, the ASUS touchpad is however excellent but it rattles as if you're clicking it

So you bought that HP Pavillion, is it heavy? what's the screen like? build quality?
remix1918/11/2019 19:29

That touchpad was crap, you couldnt move the cursor precisely without …That touchpad was crap, you couldnt move the cursor precisely without having it judder at slow speeds. That's what cheap mouse pads do, the ASUS touchpad is however excellent but it rattles as if you're clicking it So you bought that HP Pavillion, is it heavy? what's the screen like? build quality?


Build quality is good, keyboard feels very nice, it is on the heavy side though but that doesn't bother me, only thing i will say is because of the way the screen hinge is designed in the centre, if you pull on one side it twists a little. Just have to make sure to lift and lower the screen from the centre.
But overall im very impressed, my son is too, cant get it back off him, he said he gets 250fps on fortnite.
Now im thinking about ordering another one with the i7/1660ti for myself and give the i5 to my son.
Only disappointing part is its a 60hz screen on all models
Mark_Hickman18/11/2019 19:56

Build quality is good, keyboard feels very nice, it is on the heavy side …Build quality is good, keyboard feels very nice, it is on the heavy side though but that doesn't bother me, only thing i will say is because of the way the screen hinge is designed in the centre, if you pull on one side it twists a little. Just have to make sure to lift and lower the screen from the centre.But overall im very impressed, my son is too, cant get it back off him, he said he gets 250fps on fortnite.Now im thinking about ordering another one with the i7/1660ti for myself and give the i5 to my son.Only disappointing part is its a 60hz screen on all models


What is the battery life like? Also which spec/model did you go for?
Mark_Hickman18/11/2019 19:56

Build quality is good, keyboard feels very nice, it is on the heavy side …Build quality is good, keyboard feels very nice, it is on the heavy side though but that doesn't bother me, only thing i will say is because of the way the screen hinge is designed in the centre, if you pull on one side it twists a little. Just have to make sure to lift and lower the screen from the centre.But overall im very impressed, my son is too, cant get it back off him, he said he gets 250fps on fortnite.Now im thinking about ordering another one with the i7/1660ti for myself and give the i5 to my son.Only disappointing part is its a 60hz screen on all models



You can get the ASUS same spec for £503 after discount but i had an issue with the touchpad. It has the Ryzen 5 3550H that's 120Hz. With regards to 60 hz and 120hz do you actually notice it in games? I noticed it was a bit more fluid, i also noticed typing on word felt smoother on the screen Vs my 4k 60 hz monitor. if that is the case i might consider a replacement for the ASUS as i really liked how smooth the text was appearing when typing fast.
merb078618/11/2019 19:58

What is the battery life like? Also which spec/model did you go for?


Battery life is average for a gaming laptop, they're all pretty bad really. Id say playing games via the gtx1650 unplugged youll be lucky to get an hour same as any other gaming setup and maybe 3-4 hours with no game play.
I've got i5 gtx1650
remix1918/11/2019 20:02

You can get the ASUS same spec for £503 after discount but i had an issue …You can get the ASUS same spec for £503 after discount but i had an issue with the touchpad. It has the Ryzen 5 3550H that's 120Hz. With regards to 60 hz and 120hz do you actually notice it in games? I noticed it was a bit more fluid, i also noticed typing on word felt smoother on the screen Vs my 4k 60 hz monitor. if that is the case i might consider a replacement for the ASUS as i really liked how smooth the text was appearing when typing fast.


Yes i saw that but i prefer i5 over ryzen 5 with dedicated graphics card.
If it was using integrated graphics then id go for the vega 8 ryzen 5 all day but i prefer intel with the gtx card onboard
Oh and 60hz dont bother me i dont see the difference
Edited by: "Mark_Hickman" 18th Nov 2019
It has the exact same spec apart from the CPU, has the 1650
I love how no-one is mentioning the Helios... Don't need it but for £800 meh, let's see what happens when I plug a Rift S in to it and put the laptop on my back 39024473-q7h8T.jpg
ggidd18/11/2019 20:32

I love how no-one is mentioning the Helios... Don't need it but for £800 …I love how no-one is mentioning the Helios... Don't need it but for £800 meh, let's see what happens when I plug a Rift S in to it and put the laptop on my back [Image]



For an extra £240 might be worth it, but then you can say an extra 180 will get me this and it will eventually get to 3k, its how it is with laptops lol. draw the line
The line is I just want to try it and the 1660Ti in the 300 vs a 2070 Max-Q vs how much more that costs.

TBH I just want to sometimes game on the go or show off the Rift without lugging my main PC around like it was 1997... Flash back to carrying my mates PC and his screen half a mile to my house then Mum coming home to find two full tower PCs on the kitchen table and the two of us laughing and swearing at each other. Peer-to-peer DN3D lolz... Who wants some!?
Edited by: "ggidd" 18th Nov 2019
ggidd18/11/2019 20:40

The line is I just want to try it and the 1660Ti in the 300 vs a 2070 …The line is I just want to try it and the 1660Ti in the 300 vs a 2070 Max-Q vs how much more that costs.TBH I just want to sometimes game on the go or show off the Rift without lugging my main PC around like it was 1997... Flash back to carrying my mates PC and his screen half a mile to my house then Mum coming home two find to full tower PCs on the kitchen table and the two of us laughing and swearing at each other. Peer-to-peer DN3D lolz



Yeah, might be worth it then, definitely having a 1660ti over the 1650 is worth the £200 extra. even though for argument sake you get 30% better performance, the difference could be getting 40 fps vs 65. 60+ smooth gameplay vs 40 not so yeah.
Just found a pair of 16GB SODIMM Ripjaws 2133 sticks in the draw I suddenly realised I had bought for a 'future 2nd Nuc' thanks to a previous HUKD deal. I wonder if the Helios will let me clock the RAM?
Latest firmware means no backlit keyboard for more than 5 seconds. Also annoying touchpad. But plug a usb keyboard in and mouse and it’s alright. Terrible battery life too
Is the touchpad really that bad on it? Apparently it throttles very quickly
I bought one of these this week. Can’t complain about the touchpad. Looks ok to me. Nice laptop if you use the 6 months credit to get the interest back as the op states. Runs quick and smooth. Only tried football manager 2019 and other basic games but that’s all I play.
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