Acer Aspire 5, cheap laptop for home office or school with Intel 11th Gen and 128GB SSD for 8,438 pesos in Amazon Mexico

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Laptops have become an essential tool for those who work from home or for school online classes. In fact, a while ago we recommended a very basic ASUS and also a more robust Lenovo IdeaPad.

Now we have another option that we can place in the middle of these other two recommendations. It is the Acer Aspire 5, which has an official price of 349 dollars in the United States and in Amazon Mexico it is available for 8,428 pesos.

It is a piece of equipment imported from the United States and you have to pay an import fee that varies depending on your location. This is already calculated before adding the laptop to the cart. It also has the benefits of Amazon Prime, so by having this service, shipping is completely free.

It should also be taken into account that the product file mentions that the shipment will be made within one or two months. Also, remember that Amazon charges until it ships our product, so buying the laptop would be like putting it aside for the moment.

Acer laptop discounted at Amazon Mexico

It is specifically about the A515-56-36UT model, one of the most recent of the brand, and that at the moment has not been launched in Mexico. Being a laptop that is only available in the United States so far, the keyboard does not have the letter “Ñ”.

It has a 15.6-inch FHD LCD screen and the hinge allows us to place it at an angle of up to 130 °. We have an HD camera microphone and two speakers with stereo sound, plus it comes with the S version of Windows 10. According to its official description, the battery lasts up to eight hours

Powered by an 11th Gen Intel Core i3 processor and integrated Iris Xe Graphics, plus 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage via an NVMe SSD . As for ports, we have an ethernet, HDMI, three USB (being one 2.0 and two 3.2) and a USB type C port.

It is not a team with the highest specifications, but with the necessary ones to be able to perform several activities at the same time. A year ago, with the onset of the pandemic, it became somewhat difficult to find computers that cost less than 10,000 pesos, and one with this processor can go up to 12,000 pesos or more.

Source: xataka.com.mx

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