Eco-friendly build, Improved display and battery, Good speakers, Comfortable touchpad, Easily upgradeable and recyclable
Almost too expensive, Middle-of-the-road benchmark results, Fewer ports than last year's model
For computer buyers who take environmental concerns into account, Acer wants to speak to you regarding their new Vero laptops. The Acer Aspire Vero is a computer crafted with as many recyclable and environmentally friendly manufacturing practices as possi...
Environmentally friendly hardware, Competitively priced, Good variety ports, Large and responsive touchpad
Camera lacking in low light, Keyboard feels basic
As part of Acer's plan for a sustainable future, it has introduced its Vero line of notebooks that are made from Post-Consumer Recycled plastics (PCR) that are eco-friendly and help reduce landfill waste. The Vero also employs the use of PCR on the top an...
What is the best thing about this machine? Well, we bet you know the answer to that question! Yes, it's the philosophy behind it. In a world, where some manufacturers remove the charging bricks from their phone's packaging and then sell them separately, w...
Uses 30% recycled plastic for the build and up to 100 recycled packaging, Great cooling, Wi-Fi 6 + 1x SODIMM + 1x M.2 PCIe slot, PWM-free display (AUO B156HAN02.1 (AUO0C9C)), Fingerprint reader
No Thunderbolt connection or SD card reader, Covers only 51% of the sRGB color gamut (AUO B156HAN02.1 (AUO0C9C)), Not the best build quality
M any Many laptop manufacturers are making lofty statements about the sustainability of their products. But Acer's claims around the Aspire Vero are at a level we haven't seen before. It's an entire laptop targeted to, in Acer's words, “eco-minded users.”...