Aspire E15,Intel core i5, 1tb HHD, 4gb RAM, 2gb Nvidia graphics, webcam, Bluetooth, Media card slot,3 USB Port, HDMI Port, DVD RW, 15.6', windows 10.
CPU: 2.5GHz Intel Core i5-6200u
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4400,2GB Nvidia graphics
RAM: 4GB DDR3L RAM
Screen: 15.6-inch, 1366 x 768, Glossy Active Matrix TFT Color LCD Multi-touch screen
Ports: HDMI, 2 USB 2.0, 1 USB 3.0, Gigabit Ethernet, VGA, SD card reader, combination mic/headphone jack
Connectivity: 802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN, Bluetooth 4.0
Camera: HD Webcam
Weight: 5.95 pounds
Size: 15 x 10.1 x 1.2 inches (W x D x H)
Since the E15 comes in at under $500 and runs Windows 8.1, I wasn't exactly expecting the quality experience I was greeted with. Aside from the aforementioned rarely buggy trackpad, all that I had to get used to were some slight load times for applications. The axiom reads you get what you pay for, but somehow it feels like you're getting a little more than that with the Aspire E15.
3DMark: Cloud Gate: 3,595; Sky Diver: 2,234; Fire Strike: 477
Cinebench Graphics: 19.06 fps, CPU: 191 points
PCMark 8 (Home Test): 1987 points
PCMark 8 Battery Life: 4 hours and 34 minutes
In our benchmarks, the E15 performed well for it's budget-class. In 3DMark's graphics tests (in order of increasing test difficulty) it scored a 3,595 points in Cloud Gate; 2,234 in Sky Diver; and a 477 in the incredibly taxing Fire Strike. The Cinebench video tests results were a CPU score of 191 points and 19.06 fps graphics. As for tests made more for the home and office users, they'll love to see that the PCMark 8 Home benchmark score was a 1987. Businesses should note both that strong PCMark 8 score, as well as the fact that the machine handled video chat at a steady frame rate.
Working time: monday to saturday
Call time: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Display Size: 15" / 15.6"