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Acer C7 Chromebook 11.6" Intel Dual Core B847 1.1 GHz 2GB DDR3 320GB 5400RPM HDD Wifi HDMI USB3.0 VGA Card Reader

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  • The best of Google Your favorite Google products built-in: Search, Gmail, YouTube, and Hangouts. So you can work, play, and do whatever you want, right out of the box. With thousands more free apps in the Chrome Web Store, you can watch movies, play games, or get work done (if you really have to).
  • Easy to use The Acer C7 Chromebook is simple to use and stays up-to-date automatically. It boots-up in less than 20 seconds, never slows down, and requires almost zero setup or maintenance.
  • Great for entertainment Games and videos come alive with its 11.6" high definition display. You can also connect it easily to external monitors and displays with HDMI and VGA outputs and multiple USB ports.
  • Stay connected The Acer C7 Chromebook stays connected with dual band Wi-Fi. It also comes with 12 free Gogo Inflight passes so you can stay online even when you're not on the ground. And Chromebook has offline apps for the rare times that you're disconnected from the web.
  • A squabble-free family computer (almost) Easily switch between users in seconds. Everyone has their own files, apps, and settings. You never have to worry about anything getting messed up by someone else. When it's your turn again, pick up where you left off. Everything will be right where you left it.
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Product Information

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Screen Size11.6 inches
Screen Resolution1366x768
Processor1.10 GHz Phenom Dual-Core
RAM2 GB ddr3
Hard Drive320 GB HDD 5400 rpm
Chipset BrandIntel
Wireless Type802.11bgn
Brand NameAcer
Item model numberC7
Hardware PlatformPC
Operating Systemother, linux
Processor BrandIntel
Processor Count2
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM, SODIMM
Hard Drive InterfaceSerial ATA
Hard Drive Rotational Speed5400.00
Audio-out Ports (#)1
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #9,695 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 pounds
Date First AvailableNovember 14, 2012
Warranty & Support Return Policy: You may return any new computer purchased from that is "dead on arrival," arrives in damaged condition, or is still in unopened boxes, for a full refund within 30 days of purchase. reserves the right to test "dead on arrival" returns and impose a customer fee equal to 15 percent of the product sales price if the customer misrepresents the condition of the product. Any returned computer that is damaged through customer misuse, is missing parts, or is in unsellableRead more condition due to customer tampering will result in the customer being charged a higher restocking fee based on the condition of the product. will not accept returns of any desktop or notebook computer more than 30 days after you receive the shipment. New, used, and refurbished products purchased from Marketplace vendors are subject to the returns policy of the individual vendor.

Product Description

Stay connected on the go with this Acer C710-2847 Chromebook that features a high-definition webcam for easy video chatting. The Intel Celeron Core processor delivers reliability for everyday mobile computing.

Product Features
Intel Celeron processor 847

Features a 2MB L3 cache and 1.1GHz processor speed.
2GB DDR3 memory

For multitasking power, expandable to 4GB.
Note: Optical drive not included

Compatible with optional external recordable CD/DVD drives (not included).
11.6" LED-backlit LCD high-definition widescreen display

With CineCrystal technology and 1366 x 768 resolution showcases movies and games in arresting clarity.
320GB Serial ATA hard drive (5400 rpm)

Offers spacious storage and fast read/write times.
Intel® HD graphics

Feature 128MB dedicated video memory for lush images with stunning detail. HDMI output for connection to an HDTV.
Built-in high-definition webcam

Along with a built-in analog microphone makes it easy to video chat with family and friends in 1280 x 720 resolution.
2-in-1 media reader

Supports Secure Digital and MultiMediaCard formats.
3 high-speed USB 2.0 ports

For fast digital data transfer and easy peripheral connectivity.
Built-in high-speed wireless LAN (802.11a/b/g/n)

Connect to the Internet without wires.
Built-in 10/100 Ethernet LAN

For quick and easy wired Web connection.
Measures just 1.1" thin

For lightweight portability. Chrome OS keyboard with function keys offers easy typing and one-touch control of your Chromebook.
Google Chrome operating system preinstalled

Provides a stable platform for word processing, Web navigation, gaming, media storage and more.

Intel, Pentium, Celeron, Centrino, Core, Viiv, Intel Inside and the Intel Inside logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.

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95 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Mccoy Jr. on November 22, 2012
The Acer C7 has a very upward battle to fight among the Google community and in people's mind. The Samsung that just came out before it has been getting excellent reviews and has been labeled the better computer, but is it really?

I was a bit shocked when I got my Acer at the small size of the product. Let it be stated that these are possibly the most portable computers when it comes to wanting a real keyboard. This computers weighs in at a little over 3 lbs but honestly you wouldn't think so as my wife can lift it easily with one hand. The overall casing is solid enough to give you enough confidence to carry it around without the feeling of breaking it but still not a full laptop/macbook quality when it comes to overall durability.

What stands out when you open it first is the keyboard. People have made this statement over and over but this little $200 system has the keyboard of a decent laptop. The keys are really responsive and nicely spaced, honestly it feels like a full keyboard most of the time. Two of the place where the laptop falls short is the track-pad and camera. The camera is very good compared to the Samsung but really doesn't give you any options when taking pictures (adjusting brightness, contrast, etc) this can be done on the back end with a photo editing program but not during. The track-pad is okay at best. You won't be raving over it but your not going to be giving it praise either. The screen resolution is overall very good, I watched Netflix this morning on it and I was very happy with the overall look and sharpness of the screen.

Differences between this and the Samsung are simple. This computer carries a 320 gig spinning hard drive and the Samsung has a solid state 16 gig hard drive.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By MWebb TOP 1000 REVIEWER on November 24, 2012
Fast & Cheap:

This is offered by Google on their Play store, and will undoubtedly be offered directly by Amazon later, at a list price of $199. When it is offered by Amazon directly, you will save on shipping since Google charged me roughly $13 for shipping. That's cheap.

Unlike the original CR48 "googlers only" Chromebook, and the first Samsung and Acer Chromebooks which ran Intel Atom chips, a truly mouse-power processor, this one runs on a much, much more powerful - in both CPU and GPU terms - Celeron processor based on former "Core" technology ("Sandy Bridge" generation) and in fact has been rebranded by Intel recently as a "Core" processor, even though it is based on the prior generation design and has most advanced "Core" "Ivy Bridge" functions disabled. Nevertheless this is a pretty good processor with pretty good graphics (for streaming video, not for games), and is supposedly marginally faster than the ARM processor in the equivalent Samsung "fast and cheap" Chromebook introduced last month - but that Samsung "ARM" Chromebook has an SSD (solid state drive instead of spinning mechanical platters) and SSD's have been known to perk up overall system performance by a substantial margin. But all you need to _really_ know is that this isn't the slug that the Atom-powered Chromebooks were, and that with either the new Samsung or this one, you will have a good browser and streaming video experience.

Since this Acer runs a "standard" Intel chip instead of the "smartphone" chip found in the new Samsung Chromebook, software doesn't have to be "ported over" from "Intel code" to "ARM code." This means you can run Netflix etc. out of the box, right now.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 28, 2012
The major problems that this device seems to face aren't that it doesn't live up to it's potential, it's that most people seem to get stuck on 'but for a couple hundred more dollars I could get a real computer'. Or 'get a tablet'. Google probably should have rethought their marketing (from what I've seen they present the Chromebooks as being capable of 'everything' when that's not quite true). And not everyone jumped on board the tablet train.

The easiest way to explain a Chromebook is: it's a tablet with a built in keyboad. Yes it doesn't have Android OS and it's got a web store instead of Google Play, but it's close. Or you could call it a light computer without program functionality, sounds bad, but I like that it's not bogged down.

I've been dealing with tablets for the past year or so and it's always come down to the same problem for me--no keyboard. The keyboard stands out there never fit right for typing on my lap. I love tablets, I've had a few different ones before I settled. I enjoy Android, but since I'm a big one for typing--whether it's reviews, emails, or anything else-- nothing makes up for the lack of keyboard.

I needed something with a keyboard that was smaller and lighter than my heavy Acer Aspire. I fully intended to replace that laptop with whatever I purchased. Also, it needed to be relatively cheap since I'm one of the many people not made out of money.

I thought about what I needed the device to be capable and what I could live without. I checked out Chrome's web store and was surprised at the options (compared to the Play store it's lacking, but it has some useful stuff if you weed through the not-so-useful).
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