Intel announced their new generation chipsets for ultrabooks and Apple already updated their MacBook with them. Now it’s Acer which has announced a new Chromebook with the same chipset inside.
Acer C720 is the new Chromebook announced and it will be available at a price of just $249. As it’s a Chromebook so it will run on Chrome OS for laptops which is owned and developed by Google.
Acer C720 Specifications
Let see the complete Acer C720 specifications so that you can get a glimpse of the new Chromebook from Acer.
- Intel Haswell chipset
- Intel Celeron 2955U processor
- 4GB of RAM
- 16GB of SSD storage
- 11.6 inch ComfyView HD display
- Resolution of 1366×768 pixels
- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n
- One USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0 ports
- Front HD web camera
- Just 0.75” thick
After reading the specifications, the first thing which may not look well to you will be the storage, it’s just 16GB. But its SSD so that would be having a faster data transfer speed. Chromebook also comes with a lot of free storage on Google Drive and since we can’t install any other software (like in Windows or Mac) so we don’t need much storage.
Chromebooks are one of the safest laptops since Google provides a tight security to its cloud based storage. All the data will always be there on the cloud storage so there are no chances of getting virus. This is how Google adds security to these Chromebooks.
The Acer C720 is also very light weight and looks impressive at design point of view. If you’re looking for a good looking faster laptop and you want to use it for productivity and internet access then this one is a perfect option.
Right now it’s available on the BestBuy at a price of $249.99 for the US people but Acer will make it available in other countries as well. Acer will also update it with some more configurations, may be more storage.
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