ACER CHROMEBOOKSCombine the Acer Chromebook with your Google Apps account and all you need to get work done is the browser! Create documents, spreadsheets, web sites; whatever you need, store it in your Drive and access it from anywhere using your smart phone, tablet or computer.
Some models have touchscreen monitors - Aspire R Series, for example; others are convertible from laptop to tablet - Aspire Switch Series; still others give you case color choices like white, pink, gray, blue and black - Aspire V Series. So many features are available in the Acer line! You have to see them to believe it.
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Acer Chromebook 13 Laptop
13.3" HD screen, affordable and lightweight
Acer Chromebook 11 Laptop
11.6" HD screen, longer battery life
Safe, Secure, Fast
The Acer Chromebook features the latest 802.11ac2 wireless technology, for a smooth internet experience at connection speeds that are up to three times faster than that of previous-generation wireless technologies. Log in once and you're set! The Chromebook syncs and safely backs up all your data in the cloud: docs in Google Drive, emails in Gmail, and even open browser tabs and bookmarks. Collaborate in real time or go solo with hundreds of apps that can be used while offline.
Tough Enough For School
This laptop is ideal for small children who've never previously owned a laptop. It can withstand the bumps and bruises brought on by even the most ruthless child. It's sturdy build and lightweight design are perfectly suited to the novice laptop user."
Quoted from techradar.com
Powerful Enough For Work
1 The Acer C7 Chromebook's very affordable price is its best asset, plus it's got plenty of ports and a large hard drive. It boots up quickly and is simple to use.
2 I can see using the Acer C720 Chromebook heavily for my work going forward. The laptop is very portable and the 11.6-inch display is the perfect compromise of portability and usability.
Quoted from 1techradar.com and 2zdnet.com