Acer Nitro 7

Acer launched its refreshed gaming laptops in April by introducing a couple of new models. For the people who love casual gaming, the company launched two models, Nitro 5 and Nitro 7, with the latter being a more premium offering. The new model offers better features and design aesthetics when compared to the outgoing model. The refreshed version has narrow bezels, slightly different design, and a metal covered boddy that makes it a better offering than its sibling, the Acer Nitro 5.

The laptop doesn’t have the cheap gaming laptop design which we really like and instead goes with a more monolithic build with black paint job which thankfully doesn’t attract smudges and fingerprints. The lid does have a slight flex to it even though it has an added layer of aluminium to protect the display, but nt so much that it might cause the lid to warp. The dual hinge does feel sturdy while the display can bend backwards to 170 degrees. A full HD resolution (1920 X 1020 pixels) and a 144 Hz refresh rate in a 15.6 inch display if comfortable in viewing since it comes with the anti-glare and matte treatment that is gentle on the eyes while long hours of gaming.

The Acer Nitro 7 laptop does not come with RGB lighting, neither behind the logos nor behind the keys. The palmrest also has the aluminium sheets which adds to the premium feel and adds to the chiclet-styled keyboard with a good travel distance. The WASD and the direction keys stand out from the rest. The port selection on the laptop is decent with 2 USB 3.1 ports, 1 USB 2.0 port, a USB type-C port (USB 3.1 Gen 1), HDMI port, a Gigabyte Etherent port and a headphone combo port andofcourse a charging port. The laptop looks great from the back with its trapezoidal exhaust vents. The laptoop however misses out on the memory card slot which could be a bummer for some.

Acer Nitro 7 Acer Nitro 7 Reviewed by Ninja Tech on July 13, 2020 Rating: 5

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