Today Acer has announced that their new AC700 Chromebook will be arriving in the US this month for $350 and will be followed by the release of a 3G version during the summer months.
Acer’s AC700 Chromebook is the first in a planned line of products designed to run Google Chrome OS and is powered by a Atom N570 processor supported by 2GB of DDR3 memory. Local storage on the AC700 Chromebook is provided by a small 16GB SSD drive, with most of your documents residing in the cloud, eliminating the need for a large hard drive and helping to protect your data against loss.
The new AC700 Chromebook as been designed to boot in under 10 seconds and resumes almost instantly and will provide a long battery life. Its also equipped with a HDMI out port for viewing media on HD YV’s and displays, a 1.3 megapixel webcam, 2 x USB 2.0 ports, and a 4-in-1 memory card reader for extra storage and transfer of files locally if required.
Source : Hot HardwareFiled Under: Laptops, Technology News