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Acer V5 review: Sexy-looking V5-552G-X414 is only a competent performer

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  • Acer V5-552G-X414
    3/5
    $630.00
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    If you need a notebook with a large display, Acer's V5 is a well-priced solution. Just don't expect knock-your-socks-off performance.

At a Glance

If you need a notebook with a large display, Acer's V5 is a well-priced solution. Just don't expect knock-your-socks-off performance.

Price when rated: $630
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Pros

  • Large display
  • Better-than-average gaming performance at 1024 by 768
  • Attractive industrial design

Cons

  • Too much travel in the trackpad
  • Difficult-to-access memory slots and hard-drive bay
  • Lots of bloatware
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