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Everyday laptops by Acer are always made to last as they will be under constant use for home or office work. Professionals and students alike will find Acer laptops useful as they are easy to use and also come with a quality build.
The system has been designed and manufactured to be quick and highly responsive. The laptop boots up much faster than others in the same usage class and continues to deliver high speed computing even after the boot-up sequence has completed.
The laptop by Acer is equipped with a high quality processor that is powered by the Intel Celeron 4th Generation chip. The Dual Core processor allows for high speed computing and clocks in at 1.4 GHz with a cache of 2 MB.
Power of Chrome
The laptop is shipped with the Chrome OS which has been designed to seamlessly sync with all your Chrome based features and operations including your Google powered phones.
Data Vault and transfer speed
With the added Cloud Service features, you can always rest assured that your data has been safely backed up to the Cloud Storage service. Being equipped with USB 3.0 ports, you can easily transfer data quickly and effortlessly.
|In the Box|
|Sales Package||Laptop, Battery, AC Adapter, User Guide and Manuals|
|Processor||Celeron Dual Core (4th Gen)|
|Clock Speed||1.4 GHz|
|Expandable Memory||Upto 8 GB|
|Memory Slots||2 (Unused Slot - 1)|
|System Memory||2 GB DDR3|
|SSD Capacity||Yes, 16 GB|
|Optical Disk Drive|
|Optical Drive||Not Available|
|Operating System||Chrome OS|
|System Architecture||64 bit|
|Screen Size||11.6 inch|
|Resolution||1366 x 768 Pixel|
|Screen Type||Acer ComfyView LED Backlit TFT LCD Display|
|Graphic Processor||Intel HD Graphics|
|Web Camera||Acer Crystal Eye HD Webcam|
|Sound||2 Stereo Speakers, HD Audio|
|Wireless LAN||IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n|
|Battery Backup||Upto 8.5 hours|
|Power Supply||65 W AC Adapter|
|Battery Cell||3 cell|
|USB Port||1 x USB 2.0, 1 x USB 3.0|
|HDMI Port||Yes, HDMI Port with HDCP Support|
|Multi Card Slot||SD Card Support|
|Other Ports||1 x Headphone Out/Microphone-in Combo Jack|
|Lock Port||Kensington Lock Slot|
|Security Chip||Trusted Platform Module (TPM)|
|Dimension||288 x 204 x 19.05 mm|
|Warranty Summary||2 Years Warranty ( 1 International Travellers Warranty & Additional 1 year Carry-in Warranty)|
First and foremost this is not direct replacement of your regular PC. You cannot run traditional Windows/Linux application in it. It runs Google created ChromeOS, which means its just a browser. Yes browser, Thats it!
Which also means, whatever you can do in your current Chrome browser it can do that, plus some more. Please read chromebook features on google site before bashing that its not actual PC.
Now to the actual laptop:
Its very, very, very lightweight. Battery life is awesome. In single charge I can use it 6-7 hours (+ I kept it suspended for almost a day). As usual chrome starts in seconds. If you don't powerdown and just suspend (like me) then resume it almost instantaneous. Screen quality is not that good. I have Sony Vaio SR as well and when I compare the display of that 3 year old laptop with this laptop then chromebook stills looks poor quality. But that is not problem for me. Keyboard is good. Initially I had problem with trackpad because surface was bit dry/rough but now it became smooth. It respond to two-three finger gesture very nicely. It also has stereo speakers and sound quality is good. There are two USB ports and one on the left is USB3. The data tansfer from USB3 harddrive to internal SSD was superfast. But since internal HDD (16GB) is small you can't really carry collection of videos/songs into it.
Overall I am very happy with this laptop.
First up - it is a bit unfair to not only the buyer but also to Google/Acer to market this as a "laptop". It is not a laptop - it was never meant to be.
This device is meant for those who spend most of the time working on the Internet and can use Google Docs as a tool rather than traditional Office suites. First the good stuff -
1. It is super light-weight
2. It boots up very quickly thanks to its SSD Hard Drive
3. Google gives you 100GB of Cloud storage
4. The keyboard is very responsive
5. Since the entire OS is the browser itself and you pretty much exist on the cloud for your computing needs - the chances of malware, viruses etc. are minimal
6. It is silent - it does not get hot - probably consumers minimum power - which means it is a fairly energy efficient too.
7. The best part - the battery - it goes on and on with a single charge.
Now for the cons -
1. You need to be perpetually connected to the Internet. This is easier in the developed countries where a Wireless Hotspot is always round the corner. Here you will need your wi-fi dongle or create your hotspot through your cell phone in most cases.
Actually, that is all I can think of. The Chromebook is a great device for those on the move and like their tablet. It is definitely a more productive device than a Tablet. A tab is pretty much just for entertainment. This easily trumps that as you can do actual quick work on this. This will never be your primary computing device - you will need your regular PC for that. But as a secondary or tertiary device, this is nothing short of brilliant.
Soon people will realize they don't need all that microsoft crap.
Chromebooks are simple and perfect. All chromebook need is a good mid point of great price and great hardware.
???I cannot remember the last time I used a notebook while Internet was NOT available. Must be years ago. Internet is everywhere.
The problem is Microsoft still thinks it's the 90's. CD and DVD are two mediums that should be permitted to finally die the death they so well deserve. There is rarely any place you can go that doesn't have wifi and some chromebooks use ethernet as well. The speed and battery life and performance of the hardware is a perfect fit for the Linux based OS and Linux is always superior to Windows. Now that Google owns Quickoffice i wonder if we will see that implemented into Chrome OS just as it is for Android.???
Awesome boot time, speed ,cloud computing. Internet is bad in India is past we are now using 3G,4G which is about minimum of 3-100mbps. That is fair enough to watch a HD movie. Further broadband internet is offered upto 15mbps at 1500.
There are number of chrome applications online and also developers started making the offline applications like Quick Office . Using applications,data on the cloud is really amazing.
Wonderfull but would purchase in US for its low price there. Its far much better than a costlier,heavier windows PC.
Chrome is for all and tunes us towards the future technology of cloud computing.
Lots of value for the price, but don't let it fool you. Price is only one parameter. Be sure why you're getting this. This is not a replacement for a traditional personal computer. Nonetheless, if you can manage your total computing needs on the internet - which is not impossible - this is a great option!
Not to forget, the Chromebook has brilliant battery life, great display and genuinely good build quality for the price!
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