The Acer Aspire Vero is the Taiwanese brand’s new notebook in Brazil. Made with recycled plastic, notebook stands out for the fact sheet with SSD of 512 GB, processor Intel Core i5 11th Generation and the RAM of 8 GB. The computer still comes to the consumer with Windows 11 from the factory and webcam with HD resolution.
Recycled material is the great attraction of the launch. Acer reports that the notebook has 30% of the body made from post-consumer recycled plastic (PCR). “This action led Acer to reduce at least 21% of CO2 emissions during the device’s production”, they stated. Another improvement is the extra space and standard screws to facilitate the exchange of RAM and SSD memory.
Sustainability is also applied to other parts of the model AV15-51 computer. This is the case of the backlit keyboard, half of which is composed using PCR. The notebook still promises strength and comes in a recyclable package. “Part of the box can also be reused as support for the notebook”, they informed.
Acer Aspire Vero comes with SSD and Windows 11
For the rest, we have a notebook with a 15.6-inch IPS LED display with Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels). In addition to the recycled material, the computer’s body has a grayish coloration with yellowish pigments. The notebook is still 19.5 mm thick, weighs 1.9 kg and has a Kensington lock.
The datasheet is led by the Intel Core i5-1155G7 processor (11th generation) and Intel Xe graphics chip. With 512GB SSD, the 8GB RAM (4GB soldered and 4GB in module) can be expanded by up to 20 GB. The 48 Wh battery with three cells promises up to seven hours of duration, depending on use.
The computer comes out of the box with Windows 11 Home. In terms of connectivity, the Acer Aspire Vero has Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1 and a network cable jack. The launch also has a USB-A 2.0 port, two USB-A 3.2 and one USB-C, as well as HDMI and headphones. The battery is recharged via its own connector.