Acer are really listen to consumer . the power button is the best position to me. i always connect my 27" LCD monitor at home with HDMI. its just help me no need to open the lid to turn on the notebook. ergonomic design. keep the palm rest remain cool is great design. but i dont know why notebookcheck give low mark on temperature. & they very concern put the notebook on their lap . i never see this happened in Malaysia. here is 34c always, you dont have chance to enjoy online below sunlight. battery life is very good , 4:30hour , you can see even a lot Intel ULV notebook can't acheived this result . AMD add point. but manufacturer are try to gain more profit with AMD model , always price too high compare value of money to Intel model.
Aspire differently. Acer’s latest Aspire V5 model steps back from the solid state drives and supreme battery life of most Ultrabooks in exchange for a heavier focus on graphics—all at an affordable price point. But was it worth the trouble?