Acer releases aluminum Chromebook 14 at a budget friendly price

Acer releases aluminum Chromebook 14 at a budget friendly price


Mar 30, 2016
Acer is one was the top brands in the world when it comes to laptop and it has revealed its first-ever 14-inch Chromebook on Tuesday. It is aptly named Chromebook 14 and it sure seems like it was worth the wait (at least on paper). The Google-licious laptop costs only $300, but offers premium touches, like an aluminum chassis, USB 3.1 ports, a trim sub-four lb. weight, and a whopping 14-hour battery life claim. The Chromebook 14 comes in two main versions with either a 1080p or 1366-by-768 resolution IPS display. Processor-wise, the Chromebook 14 comes with either a quad- or dual-core Celeron processor. While Acer didn’t specify what the quad-core version would be, it confirmed that the dual-core is the 1.6GHz Celeron N3060. The Chromebook 14 also comes with two USB 3.1 ports (Type A), HDMI out, a 720p webcam, dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi, 16GB or 32GB onboard eMMC storage, and either 2GB or 4GB of RAM. While Acer has yet to specify an exact ship date for all the Chromebook 14 models it is hinted that the “premiere model” priced at $300 might be shipped in April. This version is said to feature 32GB of storage, 4GB of RAM, a 1080p display, and a dual-core processor. If Best Buy isn’t your thing, the model is also available right now for pre-order on Amazon. So go ahead and purchase your Chromebook and enjoy the host of features.

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