Following on from the leaked details of Acer’s new AC710 Chromebook yesterday, today Google and Acer has announced the launch of the new Acer C7 Chromebook, running Google’s Chrome operating system.
The new Acer C7 Chromebook has been designed to offer users a hassle-free computing experience, together with built-in security. As detailed yesterday the new Acer Chromebook is equipped with 11.6 inch display combined with a battery that is capable of providing over 3.5 hours of use.
Acer’s new C7 Chromebook is powered by an 1.1 GHz Intel Celeron 847 Sandy Bridge processor supported by 2GB of RAM, and includes a 320GB hard drive and 100GB of free storage on Google Drive. Google explains:
“As you’d expect from a Chromebook, it’s easy to share with others around the home. Moms, dads, siblings or even your roommate can all have separate accounts and simply log in to get things done. And because Chromebooks bring you the best of Google, if you use products like Gmail, Drive, Maps, YouTube and Google+, your stuff is always available and everything just works.”
The new Acer Chromebook will be available for $199 in the US from today on the Google Play website, and will be available to purchase from Best Buy stores and website.
Source: GoogleFiled Under: Laptops, Top News