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[VIC] Acer TravelMate P614 14" FHD TouchScreen i5-10210U 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Win10Pro, 3 Yr Wrty $999 (Pickup only) @ CentreCom


(update: This item is now available for Pickup orders only)

If you're looking for a cheap business-grade laptop with a good build quality, a touch screen and a lengthy 3 year warranty, this Acer is a good option. It's MIL-SPEC 810G certified so it's on the same durability level as some Dell Latitudes and Lenovo Thinkpads.

In terms of quality this should rate much better than Lenovo E-Series, ASUS Vivobook series and Inspiron 5000 series. Weighs in at a little over 1.1 KG.


14" FHD IPS touch panel (72% NTSC, no idea what the screen brightness is)
USB Type-C with ThunderBolt3 charging
Intel® Core™ i5-10210U Processor (4 Cores, 8 Threads, Base 1.60GHz, Max 4.20GHz)
16GB RAM, 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD (Gen3 x4)
WI-Fi 6 + Bluetooth 5,0
Ethernet Port
Windows 10 Professional, 3 Years Onsite Warranty

Lowest historical price according to Little Birdie, was $1199 earlier in December.

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  • +1

    Huh great find. I need a touch screen laptop for someone, and this looks pretty perfect. If you consider the price of "extended warranty" (the 3 years). This is pretty good!

    I legitimately never expected to upvote an Acer haha.

    There is absolutely nothing I can't find on brightness for this model. Mwave says "high brightness"? https://www.mwave.com.au/product/acer-travelmate-p614-14-lap...

    Mwave does however say its NOT a touchscreen?

    • Most 72 NTSC laptop screens I’ve seen have ended up being 250 Nits brightness. Super tempted on this deal, thanks OP!

      • Is 250 nits for a laptop screen bright? Genuine question. I’m after a decent somewhat entry level laptop and this is around my budget.

        • had a zenbook with 250 nits brightness & hated it for media consumption, too dim for me in so many circumstances. But for an indoor productivity lappy it’s fine.

          Personally I’ll only go for minimum 300 nit panels now
          Some argue the difference isn’t noticeable, but it definitely is to me!

        • 250 is an indoor screen. Outdoor shaded area for occasional office use only (colours will be really flat/washed out). I have a 250 and I occasionally am in a coffee shop under an awning and it's 'acceptable'.

  • Can you add a nvme to this

    • 16GB RAM, 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD (Gen3 x4)

      It already has one

      • i know it has one , i just want to know if it has another slot to add another nvme

        • +1


          Go to about 30 sec into the video to see the internals clearly, there is only 1x m.2 slot and no provision for a 2.5" drive either.

          8gb ram is soldered to board so I am guessing the one in this deal has an 8GB module in the single expansion slot too.

  • Is this the same one here?

    • Says 8gb of RAM so nah.

    • the one you linked is an i5 8th gen vs 10th gen that op posted, and 8gb ram vs 16gb ram

    • +1

      An older model it seems. CPU is 8th gen, RAM is 8GB.

      • Ah whoops, didn’t notice those differences.

  • Weight in specs is 1.6kg. The description says 1.1kg. I guess the specs is the accurate one?

    • 1.6kg is probably including the packaging in the weight

  • Tell Acer it’s almost 2022 .

    • Help me feel better after taking too long to decide and missing out online - what makes it behind the times?

  • This or Inspiron 15?

  • +1
  • Argh damnit online oos ¬¬

  • Any i7s at this price range

  • +2

    The Thunderbolt 3 and 16GB of RAM makes this deal. 60Whr is also a decent size battery for a 14".

    Edit: According to Notebook Check the display averages ~308nits w/ 93% sRGB coverage (possibly per unit variance). On the inside it looks to have 1x M.2, 1x sodimm (the other 8GB is soldered) and other SKUs come with 4G modems. Not possible to add in the modem after the fact on this trim.

  • Been waiting for a TA Lenovo ThinkPad E14 deal for months. This or E14?

    • +1

      This, if you want a better complete laptop. The E14 does have a more efficient processor, but comes with a smaller battery: 45Whr vs 60Whr.

  • I used to like Acer but my last 3 PC's never performed well, limped over the warranty line then died.

  • Thunderbolt 3 at this price? Dammmnnnnnn

  • Not an attractive looking laptop… I mean look at those thick bezels

  • How to get this from NSW? I’m guessing I’m out of luck

  • Those are business grade bezels.

  • I need to connect to two monitors. Will this dock allow for full fast charging on this laptop?

  • damn shame to have missed that one.

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