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Acer ConceptD 5 Pro CN515-71P Acer It\'s early to draw conclusions on the ConceptD 5 Pro without exact details on pricing and a bigger picture of this mid-range workstation market that\'s developing right now, but this notebook seems to have what it needs to be a worthy option in its class. The screen, the specs, and the build are among its strongest assets, while on the other hand potential buyers have to make do with the rather small battery inside, lack of specific IO options and fairly high temperatures in taxing loads. Acer ConceptD 5 Pro CN515-71P It's early to draw conclusions on the ConceptD 5 Pro without exact details on pricing and a bigger picture of this mid-range workstation market that's developing right now, but this notebook seems to have what it needs to be a worthy option in its class. The screen, the specs, and the build are among its strongest assets, while on the other hand potential buyers have to make do with the rather small battery inside, lack of specific IO options and fairly high temperatures in taxing loads. Andrei Girbea 4.25 5 https://www.ultrabookreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/acer-conceptd-5-pro-main.jpg Andrei Girbea 4.25 5

Acer ConceptD 5 Pro review (CN515-71P – Core i7, Quadro T1000, 4K screen)

2 Comments

  1. LHPSU

    October 2, 2019 at 11:30 am

    I didn't know they were releasing this model – is this intended to slot below the ConceptD 7 (Triton 500 chasis)?

    • Andrei Girbea

      October 2, 2019 at 3:28 pm

      Yes, it's between the ConceptD 3 Pro (based on Aspire 7 chassis) and ConceptD 7 Pro based on Triton 500. Their naming scheme is very confusing and differs from what they originally announced in the Spring

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