The idea of buying a product made with specific efforts to save its environmental impact is appealing to many — and I personally appreciate the effort. It’s also nice to see the care that goes into producing such a product without expecting the consumer to make sacrifices on quality or usability. The Acer Aspire Vero accomplishes this task. It’s a competent machine with above-average specs and should be able to handle most things anyone could ask of it. It won’t be a high-end gaming machine but it also doesn’t come with that kind of price.
Compared to other computers with similar equipment, the price is really low at $899.99. Competitors’ laptops with 16 GB of RAM, 1 TB of storage, a high-resolution display, and a 12th-generation, 10-core processor can easily exceed $1,200. Although it is not intended to be seen as a value product, it is good value.
It is also fortunate to be packaged in an environmentally friendly recycled plastic case that is attractive and appears to be equally durable. My guess is that it’s a good all-rounder that has as much appeal to eco-conscious consumers as it does to those who just want a capable laptop.