Acer Aspire Slim Laptop A515-43 Series Driver for Windows 10 64-bit
Download Driver Acer Aspire 5 A515-43 Series 5.6 inches Full HD IPS Display, AMD Ryzen 3 3200U, Vega 3 Graphics, 4GB DDR4, 128GB SSD, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 10 64-bit. This laptop runs really fast. (Boot up for about 10 seconds including Windows login). Although a lot of plastic is built in, the laptop does not look cheap. I think the keyboard is easy to type. The laptop does not have a service flap, but there is still a free memory slot.
Acer Aspire Slim Laptop A515-43
When I took the computer out of the box, I was shocked at first. My previous Acer from 2011, an Aspire 5750 G, was a 15.6 inch monitor. At least I measured that again before I ordered this one. I wanted another 15.6 inch. When I held this one in my hand for the first time, I thought I had done something wrong and my previous arithmetic servant would have been a 17 inch. This one is extremely light and compact and very thin.
The dimensions are at least 2 cm smaller than my old calculator. If he can hold out for another 8 years. Illuminated keyboard as soon as you touch a letter and very quiet, at least compared to my previous computer, but the fans were probably already dead. I'm very satisfied, also with the price of 599 EUR. Of course, the performance doesn't come close to the expensive gaming notebooks, but that's not my intervention at all. I'm really just looking for a computer that I can use to sit in the garden. Let's see how long the battery lasts.
It's as quick at the start as none of the ones I've had before. Switch on, it is there. When setting up, the loading times could hardly be recorded because everything was loaded in a few seconds and it continued. So it was ready to go in a few minutes. The programs were also loaded super quickly. I mainly need my Acer Aspire 5 to surf and stream and that works without jerking and getting stuck. I am very happy with it, even after half a year of use. I can really recommend it!
For private use, I was looking for a good and inexpensive laptop and came across the Acer Aspire 5 (A515-44-R93E). The reviews were very good, but the power supply unit with the too thin cable was repeatedly criticized. I bought the laptop anyway and was prepared for the worst. After receiving it, I was able to determine that the cable is thin, but not a problem. The cable on my MacBook Air is even thinner. The Acer plug is small, but it corresponds to the standard of power supplies. The connector with magnetic coupling on the MacBook Air, on the other hand, is much better. But it also costs almost three times as much. Otherwise, the Acer works very well and exceeds my expectations.