Acer Aspire R7 hands on Review

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Acer Aspire R7

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Acer Aspire R7 hands on Review

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  1. I have this laptop and I don’t recommend it. The Wifi/Internet is very annoying and stressful. While watching Youtube, Netflix or gaming (Minecraft) the wifi randomly turns off/goes limited. I have to turn off and turn back on the wifi and wait a couple minutes to work again. Even then after a couple minutes it will shut off again. Watching this video took a lot longer than it should’ve. Another thing is the brightness. I always have to plug it in to it’s charger to get a bright enough screen for my standards. Even after playing with the settings, the screen is still not bright enough unless its charging. Also, it’s very heavy. Not very efficient for moving around. It’s big too so its hard to have it on my bed (twin size) and lay down next to it. Some other things include, no where to put my arms while typing, always have to use a external mouse because the trackpad is extremely annoying, always accidentally turning off the laptop when moving or picking it up, the screen often is upside down and can take forever to get it to flip right side up,etc. Overall I don’t think the Aspire R7 is a good laptop.

    1. I thought the same thing, until I saw the trailer which explains why it’s placed like that. It’s to rather omit using the touchpad and make using the touch screen more convenient, whilst fusing the experience with the keyboard. I’ll be buying the s7 as it fits my needs and desire. But just trying to explain the practicality of it. Using a touchscreen on a non-flip laptop is quite awkward, If this came in a 13 inch, I’d consider it.

  2. I know this video is ancient, but I’ve had this laptop since about 2014, and I still love it. I’ve never had any problems with its design, and I find it to be a huge struggle to use a typical laptop after becoming so accustomed to pull the screen towards me to get a closer look/easier touch. I DID have the hard drive die on me after a couple years, but I replaced it with an SSD and after that things have been perfect. I genuinely don’t mind the touchpad placement, either.

    After a while I ended up throwing Linux Mint onto it with i3wm and the combination of the screen pulled forwards over the touchpad and i3’s extensive use of keyboard shortcuts makes the machine easy to use. The touchpad is there if you need it, but more often than not, I don’t.

    All in all, I just wanted to say „hey, this somewhat old weird laptop? It’s still my main laptop and I love it.“

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