In the flood of Intel 10th Gen core processor laptops, this is a unique machine due to its wight. It just weighs 990 gms. It is a thin and light laptop which is all about style. I would not recommend laptops like these to people who care more about performance than style.

There are many models available in market with AMD Ryzen 4000 series mobile processors. I still do not understand why people would still go for Intel laptops, unless they do not know anything about laptops and processor.

The built quality of this laptop is great with a sturdy body with nice balance, great material quality, finish, colour and obviously the weight.

The screen is an IPS Full-HD display with good viewing angles just as expected from any IPS display.

I ran Cinebench R20 on the laptop on battery power and it gave 1301 pts on multicore performance which is mediocre for a laptop which costs Rs. 75000 in India. Laptops like Honor Magic Book 15 with AMD Ryzen 3500U give about 20-30% more performance for Rs. 30k less price. I am not even comparing with Ryzen 5 4500U let alone 4700U which will demolish this average performer from Intel and Acer.

On ATTO disk benchmarks the performance of the NVME SSD was great. It gave more than 1 GB/s reads and writes on various sizes.

Overall a great laptop for the built quality but bad purchase for value for money and performance. Just close your eyes and buy any laptop with AMD Ryzen processors and it will give you better performance and value for money.


Built Quality: 4.5/5
Display: 4/5
Performance: 3/5
Value for Money: 3/5
Overall: 3.5/5

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