Chromebooks are surely gaining popularity among casual computer users since it features a low price tag, but everything you use is in the cloud. Most of the Chromebooks are under 15-inch, but it seems Chromebook fans may soon get a bigger display.
According to a new report, Acer is reportedly working on the first 15.6-inch which will launch in March next year. The device will apparently come with a decent set of specifications as well.
As per the rumor, the new Acer C910 Chromebook will reportedly come with two display options, a 15.6-inch display with a 1080p resolution while the other one will offer 1366 by 768 pixels with the same display size.
It’s expected to ship with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, but users will also be able to get 4G RAM and 32GB of storage version. Furthermore, at least one variant of the Chromebook will be powered by a 5th generation Intel Broadwell-U Celeron or Core i3 processor. So, it should offer a very good performance.
The Chromebook is rumored to launch in the US in March, followed by Europe some time later. There’s no official word from Acer about the existence of any such Chromebook, but we’ll update you as soon as we hear anything about it. There’s a possibility we may get to see the Chromebook at CES next month in Las Vegas.
Source: OMG Chrome