Acer Aspire V5-9899

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Acer Aspire V5 9899
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Key Specs
  • Display size
    Display size 15.60-inch
  • Display resolution
    Display resolution 1920x1080 pixels
  • Processor
    Processor Core i7
  • RAM
    RAM 6GB
  • OS
    OS Windows 8.1
  • Hard disk
    Hard disk 750GB
  • SSD
    SSD No
  • Weight
    Weight 2.20 kg
Market StatusReleased

Acer Aspire V5-9899 Summary

Acer Aspire V5-9899 is a Windows 8.1 laptop with a 15.60-inch display that has a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. It is powered by a Core i7 processor and it comes with 6GB of RAM. The Acer Aspire V5-9899 packs 750GB of HDD storage.

Connectivity options include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac.

As of 26th May 2022, Acer Aspire V5-9899 price in India starts at Rs. 95,790.

Acer Aspire V5-9899 Price in India

Product Name Price in India
Acer Aspire V5-9899 Laptop (Windows 8.1, 6GB RAM, 750GB HDD, Intel Core i7, Gold, 15.6 inch) 95,790

Acer Aspire V5-9899 price in India starts from ₹ 95,790. The lowest price of Acer Aspire V5-9899 is ₹ 95,790 at Amazon on 26th May 2022.

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Acer Aspire V5-9899 Full Specifications

General
Brand Acer
Model Aspire V5-9899
Price in India ₹95,790
Model Number V5-9899
Series Aspire
Dimensions (mm) 257.00 x 58.42 x 38.10
Weight (kg) 2.2
Colours Gold
Operating system Windows 8.1
Battery Cell 1
Display
Size 15.60-inch
Resolution 1920x1080 pixels
Processor
Processor Intel Core i7 4500U
Base Clock Speed 1.8 GHz
Memory
RAM 6GB
Storage
Hard disk 750GB
SSD No
Connectivity
Wi-Fi standards supported 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Inputs
Speakers Yes
Finger Print Sensor No
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Acer Aspire V5-9899 User Review and Ratings

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  • Very good notebook(almost ultrabook)
    Vardan Kurkchiyan (Jun 8, 2015) on Amazon
    Very good notebook(almost ultrabook), crisp and clear display, fast CPU, mSATA!If you are going to buy this notebook, consider buying mSATA SSD for it.
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  • Five Stars
    BRIAN (Dec 15, 2014) on Amazon
    Absolutely great.
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  • This laptop is amazing! For the price that is
    Jarrett (May 8, 2015) on Amazon
    This laptop is amazing! For the price that is... got it used for 400$ which is a steal. Took Ram and SSD off of old laptop and improved this sucker greatly. I would definetly advise purchasing a ssd. their cheap 50$. Screen is huge. Fan is kinda annoying but meh i dont really notice it much. DOSENT GET HOT unless your blocking the fan.
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  • Five Stars
    Lucian Grosescu (Jul 11, 2014) on Amazon
    great
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  • Great screen, fast processor but finicky touchpad.
    Clear123 (Jun 21, 2014) on Amazon
    Great 1080p touchscreen, Haswell core i7 processor that is fast for everyday use. IntelHD4400 graphics. There is no crapware that comes installed on other computers. Good job Acer.Used this laptop for a week now (Jun 21st 2014) and noticed one major issue with it. The TouchPad starts jumping the cursor to right corner every time I take my finger off. Its Synaptics touch pad and the issue could be with Win 8.1 drivers (Laptop comes with Win 8.0 that upgraded to 8.1 for free).Other than that this V5 573p 9899 has everything going for it and thus deserves 5 stars.Edited: 6/30/2014.Jumping cursor issue kind of getting resolved by itself, not sure why. I updated the Bluetooth/wifi drivers from Acers support page for Windows 8.1 and haven't seen the issue again. Its beyond me how the BT/Wifi drivers would fix synaptics touchpad issue.I really like the bright full HD screen, great 4 speaker sound and a good processor/ram combination.I installed VMWare workstation to run Win 7 on the laptop and it is fast. In exclusive mode I can literally forget if Win 7 is running in VMWare or native. Processor is fast and laptop has virtualization on by default.I have not experienced any issues with the Wifi range as some other reviewers.In my opinion, this laptop is well worth the money. Just be aware if after buying, you feel issues with trackpad, just update all the drivers (and I mean all the drivers) from Acer's official download page after upgrading to Win 8.1.A recommended product.
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  • Great Value - Almost Perfect but not quite there
    BangAndOlufsen (Feb 22, 2014) on Amazon
    I ordered this laptop from an Amazon Marketplace Seller and it arrived very quickly, in about 4 days. I had also ordered a Crucial 120 GB mSata SSD drive on the same day. Unfortunately, the mSata drive took 10 days to arrive so when I received this laptop, all I did was just turn it on and made sure it worked.Once the mSata SSD drive arrived, it was time to reformat the laptop and do a fresh install of Windows 8 on the mSata SSD drive. Since this laptop didn't have a SSD drive, the most economical option for performance boost is to buy a mSata SSD drive and use it as the boot drive for the operating system. Then use the Sata drive that came with the laptop for data storage, which in this case is a nice 750 GB capacity.Installing the mSata drive was quite easy. I turned the laptop over, unscrewed the 20 screws, and removed the bottom panel to expose the full motherboard. Then I just seated the mSata SSD drive into the mSata slot and screwed it onto the board. After that, I removed the 750 GB Sata HDD drive and just set it to the side. I went into the BIOS to make sure the laptop saw the mSata drive, which it did. Then I proceeded to install a fresh Windows 8 ISO onto the mSata drive by booting up the laptop through my USB stick and running the installation. After that, the laptop was running purely on a mSata drive with no Sata drive in it. I then reformatted the Sata HDD drive and put it back into the laptop to be used for data storage.In inspecting the motherboard, there is one RAM slot that is upgradeable and contains a AData 2 GB stick of RAM. The other RAM slot has RAM soldered onto the board. I plan to upgrade the memory from the current 6GB to 12GB by replacing the 2GB stick with a 8GB stick. Hopefully, there won't be any issues with running a 4GB RAM stick with a 8GB stick, i.e. RAM with mismatched sizes.Now onto the actual useability and performance:Pros:- The 1920x1080 HD IPS screen is beautiful. Very vivid colors and very bright.- Nice "looking" back-lit keyboard with numeric keypad. More on the keyboard later- Performance is fast and rock solid. The speed may be due to the SSD that I installed as I don't know how it performed out of the box. Running PcMark 8 "home conventional test" which involves browsing and light gaming received a score of 2388 which didn't seem too impressive although this score was rated as 29% better than the average score for an ultrabook, which was 2179.- WIFI is actually very good. Good range and no connection drops as reported by some people. Maybe the Atheros WIFI driver got its issues fixed.- Temperature - stays cool. Never felt any heat on the palm rests while using it for hours.- Battery life - I'm on the fence about this one. Right now, I can get a max of about 4 hours and 45 mins with not too heavy of use - surfing the web and doing some Java coding. It's still better than my Samsung Series 5 NP530U4C-A01US laptop which usually got around 3 hours 45 mins. I was hoping this laptop would get 6-7 hours. I'm hoping the battery life will improve after a couple of full discharges of the battery. I had a Acer Timeline X a few years back and noticed that the battery got better after a few months use.- Pretty good speakers even though I find laptop speakers generally uselessCons:- Weight - this isn't a big drawback, it's just not super light for an "ultrabook". It weighs around 4.8 lbs, which is ok for a 15.6" laptop. It's also not super thin like the Samsung Series 9 books.- The keyboard is very average. It just doesn't have a soft, precise feel that I like. The travel is very shallow due to the "ultrabook" design. Typing is pretty accurate once you get used to it.- The track pad is too sensitive. I find myself highlighting and accidentally dragging things when moving the cursor around. The off-center placement of the track pad is actually ok since it still aligns underneath the center keys of the keyboard. I thought it would be a pain or something that I needed to get used to.- The right side fan can get loud at times when doing cpu intensive tasks such as video editing. Normal use, it's ok. I generally don't hear the fan while working because I listen to music with headphones.- No VGA out. There's a proprietary Acer converter port that has different dongles such as VGA, LAN. The laptop did not come with any dongles, so I couldn't use the VGA input on my home monitor. I ended up having to buy an HDMI-to-DVI cable from Monoprice to use the monitor.All in all, I'd say this laptop has excellent value. There is no other laptop that you can get with a I7 Haswell chip and 1920x1080 resolution for less than $1500. This one only cost me around $725 and another $80 for the mSata SSD upgrade, which makes it a great buy in my opinion.
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  • Acer 15.6" Aspire Laptop 6GB 750GB | V5-573P-9899
    Nirmaladasari (Jul 20, 2014) on Amazon
    It has all good specifications. The screen looks awesome. Its fun watching full HD videos in this laptop. Feels like theater(may not be as good as that).I felt laptop is bit heavy than I expected. Speakers are good compare to other laptops I have seen. Even touch screen works fine. Charging lasts long. very rarely becomes slow but, that is fine for me. I recommend this laptop for people who watches videos a lot. I do not know about gaming perspectives because, I do not play. I bought it for 555 $(Refurbished). I feel this price is reasonable for these specifications. Till now its working well and good. I hope it will be same in future.
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  • Good workhorse laptop - wifi issues
    John (Feb 1, 2014) on Amazon
    Overall this is a nice laptop for the money. The screen is big and bright and I'm surprised at how well the touch screen works. It works nicely with Windows 8. Just upgraded to 8.1 with no issues.Some minor quibbles: it's a shame they put the Core i7 with the 5400 rpm hard drive. Clearly that's the limiting component. I was thinking that I would replace it with an SSD, but I've since read that on these models it is somewhat challenging (not impossible) to replace the drive. You might want to research that further if this is your plan. I was also somewhat disappointed with Acer's specs on this unit which claim that it has a VGA port, but it doesn't. I need to use a variety of projectors and some only have VGA. Minor workaround is to get an adapter, but they shouldn't claim VGA if it isn't there.I'm reasonably happy with the purchase considering the price point.Update one year later - wifi has become an issue. No change on our part, but won't connect reliably anymore and the speed is very low. I've read a bit that indicates there is a wire from the motherboard to the antenna in the screen that may break and it seems that may have happened to us. Works fine when connected to a wired LAN port. Rather than muck with the wire, I'm going to try an external USB wifi connection. Some others (not everyone) seem to have issues with wifi, so be warned about this unit.
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  • Major Wifi issue!!!!
    Charity (Jun 27, 2014) on Amazon
    Hey all,I returned this due to a hardware/software issue with the wifi having a limited distance issue. Below is my experience.Thank god Amazon is wonderful and allowed me to return it back to them no questions asked and no sweat off my back. I love Amazon but I absolutely hate Acer and will never buy from them again.I got this laptop about a month ago and with in two weeks I was sending it back. The minute I opened it up and turned it on, the laptop was having a problem connecting to my wifi. I turned to my tech friends and they all said I should try connecting it to my ethernet cable, among other obvious things to try. (examples: turn it on and off, make sure the wifi is actually on, turn bluetooth on, and so on.)After connecting it to my internet through ethernet, I was able to be on wifi. Sadly, it did not last long at all. The moment I would step foot in my family room the internet connection would slow tremendously and finally would give me a "limited wifi" error until I walked back a few feet.My router is stationed at the far end of my house and where I have heard of issues like big appliances, brick walls and the like causing a connection issue I have NEVER had ANY issue with any of my other devices connected to my wifi. It was not my router.Long story short I literally tried EVERYTHING. Updated and downloaded new drivers, changed my battery life settings, changed my wifi setting, even went as far as to change a few different setting as an administrator. Ended up calling my support number and they updated my driver. Didn't work. Few days went by I went to an online support through microsoft and they did the same things plus a few more then came to the conclusion that it was a hardware issue. We got on the the Acer community support to chat with a tech person and she was terrible. Very rude and was either not listening to a thing I was telling her or didn't understand me. Finally, she told me I had to send it in for repair. I agreed, up until I got the confirmation email telling me all the things I would have to do in order to insure I sent the laptop safely to them.THEY WERE EXPECTING ME TO PAY FOR ALL OF THE SHIPPING AND HANDLING, PLUS EXTRA SHIPPING INSURANCE AND PACKING!I thought that they would be sending me an email for a paid shipping label and the like but no. Not only did I just waste 700$ on this computer but then they wanted me to pay shipping and handling. They also expected me to give them a method of payment if the device was damaged during the shipping process, if I didn't they would return it to me without fixing it. Yeah. I was pissed.Oh, I guess the main reason why I rated it a two is because I liked the software (windows 8/8.1) and the size and keyboard of the computer. Also the screen was really clear and easy to read.
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  • Lowest quality computer I've ever used
    Harry Liu (Feb 16, 2014) on Amazon
    The fan is extremely noisy. I don't even dare to bring it to the library and my office because of the noise. The touchpad is loose, you have to click hard. Also, the trackpad sometimes doesn't work accurately. Acer customer service is horrible. They only have one repair center in Texas, and they need me to send my laptop to them from PA without even covering the shipment cost. If you want to return it to the seller, it takes days to process. I wish I hadn't bought it.
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