Laptops For Home
Your standard laptop for home doesn’t look the way it once did, either, with dozens of convertible designs that rethink the standard clamshell to take advantage of touch interfaces. Some laptops double as tablets, with hinges that bend and fold, while other touch-enabled PCs are actually slate tablets that come with hardware keyboards for notebook-style use. There’s simply too much variety in the laptop space for one size or style to fit every person’s needs.
Acer’s laptop still delivers a premium aluminium chassis, a comfortable keyboard and an entry-level discrete graphics chip for more intensive tasks. It features great performance for the price, a display that’s brighter than most cheap laptops, and it’ll survive longer than your average workday.