Let’s say you are in the market for a new laptop but not sure if you want the convenience of a 13.3 inch compact laptop for on the go use or the full sized display of a 15.6 inch model which gives you a much better viewing area. If you can’t decide between the two there is a compromise you can make and that is by going with a 14 inch display which is a great balance between both options. Today we are going to be reviewing the Acer Aspire ES 14 ES1-432-P189 which comes with a 14 inch display as it tries to fill that gap between the two popular screen sizes, Continue reading below where we will go over some of the benefits and downsides this model has to offer.
Processor: Intel Pentium
Memory: 4 GB SATA
Storage: 1 TB SATA
Screen: 14 Inches
OS: Windows 10
With a 14 inch display the Acer Aspire ES 14 ES1-432-P189 is still light enough to be considered highly portable at just 1.9 Kg but without giving up too much in the viewing area category. When it comes time to get some serious work done or even just watch the latest video the difference between a 13.3 inch display and 14 inch display is very noticeable and the latter can make for a much better experience.
Acer has made sure to keep the price of this device firmly in the budget range and with plenty of consumers unable to just unwilling to spend the big amounts a new technology that some of the higher end models are going for it is a great way to find a new laptop that is still quite capable within your budget.
We have seen many budget models drastically reduce the size of internal storage to help drive the price down to before unseen discounts but for many the few dollars of savings is just not worth it to be left without any storage space. This Aspire has avoided doing this by sticking with a large drive which in this case is 1 TB in size, more then the average user will every need.
One of the reasons that the Acer Aspire ES 14 ES1-432-P189 is so budget friendly is the fact they have included limited hardware such as processor and memory. It is powered by a lower end Intel Pentium and not the I series of processors we see in slightly more expensive laptops. Probably even more concerning for higher end power users is that only 4 GB of memory has been included which is the very minimum offered in most new laptops.
Those looking to strike a balance between portability and convenience of a larger display will love the 14 inch screen included on the Acer Aspire ES 14 ES1-432-P189 and best of all it still comes in a budget friendly price.