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[Prime] Acer Aspire 5 A515, 15.6" FHD IPS, AMD Ryzen 3 4300U Quadcore, 4GB DDR4, 128GB SSD $646.51 Delivered @ Amazon US via AU

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AMD Ryzen 3 4300U Quadcore CPU. The Passmark score indicates that this CPU is faster than an Intel 10th gen i5-10210u and i7-10510u.

Display: 15 inch Full HD IPS (1920 x 1080)
Memory & Storage: 4GB DDR4 RAM Soldered + spare SO-DIMM slot available
Storage: 128G SSD
WIFI 5
Backlit keyboard
1 - USB 3.2 (Type-C) Gen 1 port (up to 5 Gbps) | 2 - USB 3.2 Gen 1 Port (one with Power-off Charging) | 1 - USB 2.0 Port | 1 - HDMI Port with HDCP support

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closed Comments

  • 4GB RAM? Really?

  • Can you chuck a 16GB sodimm ram chip in there?

  • You really need to factor in another ram stick and bigger ssd, but still a good price.

  • Damn - if this was 13-14" and 1.5kg I would have bought
    Any bargains in that more portable size?

    • Dell Outlet has had some good cheap stuff lately. Stock changes all the the time so check it every so often.

  • Really starting to hate the amount of deals with soldered ram poping up. I always believe that if you purchase the item you should have the right to atleast change the ram and ssd in non-ultrabook formats. Really sad manufactures are going down this path.

    • I do agree with you however I think as long as there's a free slot then its not all bad. Also they probably did their research and worked out most owners do not go over 16gb and some dont even use both slots ever in the life of the unit.

      So for most users this is fine. And being a cheap acer…

      • I'm going to be 99% of users never upgrade anything on cheap laptops

        Source: My ass

      • I agree that most users won't go over 16gb in a laptop, but the laptops that will need to be upgraded the most are cheap laptops. They already come from the factory with a disadvantage on the longevity of smooth running. Don't get me wrong, 1 free slot is better than none, but we are starting to see alot of 8gb dual channel that is soldiered with 2x 4gb sticks. I can't see the benefit to the user at all and just forces the consumer to possibly but the more expensive model. I think a big concern with soldiered ram and ssd's, is if they shit themselves you need to replace the entire board, making most laptops throwaways.

  • Anyone know if the warranty is claimable in Australia?