|Standing screen display size||11.6 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Processor||2.4 GHz celeron_n3350|
|RAM||4 GB DDR4|
|Memory Speed||2400 MHz|
|Hard Drive||32 GB Embedded MultiMediaCard|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 500|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||10 Hours|
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Acer Chromebook Spin 11 Convertible Laptop, Intel Celeron N3350, 11.6" HD Touch Display, 4GB DDR4, 32GB eMMC, 802.11ac WiFi, Wacom EMR Pen, CP311-1HN-C2DV
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|Screen Size||11.6 Inches|
|Hard Disk Size||32 GB|
|CPU Model||Celeron N3350|
|Ram Memory Installed Size||4 GB|
|Operating System||Chrome OS|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 500|
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- Chromebook runs on Chrome OS - an operating system by Google that is built for the way we live today. It comes with built-in virus protection, updates automatically, boots up in seconds and continues to stay fast over time. (Internet connection is required).
- All the Google apps you know and love come standard on every Chromebook, which means you can edit, download, and convert Microsoft Office files in Google Docs, Sheets and Slides.
- Get access to more than 2 million Android apps from Google Play to learn and do more.
- Chromebooks come with built-in storage for offline access to your most important files and an additional 100GB of Google Drive space to ensure that all of your files are backed up automatically.
- CP311-1HN-C2DV comes with 11. 6” HD Touch IPS Display, Intel Celeron N3350, 4GB DDR4 Memory, 32GB eMMC, Google Chrome, Protective Sleeve, Wacom Pen and Up to 10-hours Battery Life.
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Acer Chromebook Spin 11 CP311-1HN-C2DV comes with these high level specs: Intel Celeron N3350 Dual-Core Processor 1. 1GHz with Intel Burst Technology up to 2. 4GHz, Google Chrome Operating System, 11. 6" HD (1366 x 768) Multi-touch widescreen LED-backlit IPS display, Intel HD Graphics, 4GB On-Board DDR4 Memory, 32GB eMMC, 802. 11ac WiFi featuring 2x2 MIMO technology (Dual-Band 2. 4GHz and 5GHz), Bluetooth 4. 2, HD Webcam (1280 x 720) with 88 degree wide angle lens supporting High Dynamic Range (HDR), 2 - USB Type-C ports USB 3. 1 Gen 1 (up to 5 Gbps) DisplayPort over USB Type-C, USB Charging & DC-in, 2 - USB 3. 0 ports, Lithium-Ion Battery, Up to 10-hours Battery Life, 2. 76 lbs. | 1. 25 kg (system unit only) (NX. GVFAA. 001). Maximum Power Supply Wattage = 45 W.
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|Sold By||ROKC Electronics||PA Home & Outdoors (Serial #'s recorded for fraud)||Issaquah Highlands Tech||iTech365 (We Record Serial Number)||LAVATRONS||EverGreen Online(1day or 2day shipping available)|
|Computer Memory Size||4 GB||8 GB||4 GB||4 GB||4 GB||4 GB|
|Connectivity Technology||wi_fi||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth||Wi-Fi + Bluetooth||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi||Bluetooth 5.0 | USB | MicroSD card||Bluetooth, USB, Wi-Fi|
|CPU Model||Celeron N3350||Core m3-8100Y||MediaTek MT8183||MediaTek Helio P60T||Core i3-10110U||MediaTek MT8183|
|CPU Model Manufacturer||Intel||Intel||Intel||MediaTek||Intel||MediaTek|
|CPU Speed||2.4 GHz||0||2.00||2 GHz||2.1 GHz||2 GHz|
|Display Resolution Maximum||1366 x 768||1920 x 1080 pixels||1366 x 768 pixels||1920 x 1200 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1200 pixels|
|Screen Size||11.6 inches||13.3 inches||11.6 inches||10.1 inches||13.3 inches||10.5 inches|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 500||Intel HD Graphics 400||ARM Mali-G72 MP3 Graphics||integreted||Intel Integrated Graphics||Arm Mali-G72 MP3|
|Graphics Description||Integrated, Integrated||Integrated, Integrated||Integrated||Integrated||Integrated, Integrated||Integrated|
|Hard Disk Description||Embedded MultiMediaCard||—||Emmc||SSD||SSD||SSD|
|Hard Disk Size||32 GB||64 GB||64 GB||64 GB||64 GB||0 TB|
|Human Interface Input||Touchscreen||Touchscreen, Microphone, Keyboard, Touch Pad||Touchscreen with Stylus Support, Touchscreen with Stylus Support, Keyboard||Touchscreen, Keyboard, Touchscreen with Stylus Support, Touch Pad||Keyboard, Touchscreen, Touch Pad||Keyboard, Touchscreen, Touchscreen with Stylus Support, Touch Pad|
|Item Dimensions||11.65 x 8.11 x 0.79 inches||12.2 x 8.1 x 0.5 inches||11.42 x 8.11 x 0.74 inches||9.44 x 6.29 x 0.29 inches||12.2 x 8.43 x 0.67 inches||10.06 x 6.58 x 0.31 inches|
|Item Weight||2.80 lbs||2.33 lbs||2.00 lbs||0.99 lbs||2.97 lbs||1.12 lbs|
|Operating System||Chrome OS||Chrome OS||Chrome OS||Chrome OS||Chrome OS||Chrome OS|
|RAM Type||DDR4 SDRAM||Unknown||DDR4 SDRAM||DDR4 SDRAM||DDR4 SDRAM||DDR4 SDRAM|
|Wireless Communication Standard||802.11ac||802.11a/b/g/n/ac||801.11ac, Bluetooth||801.11ac||802.11ax||Bluetooth, 801.11ac|
|Wireless Communication Technology||Bluetooth||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi|
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Versatility Meets Fun
The stylish Chromebook Spin 11 easily transforms into anything you need it to be—thanks to its versatile, 360° Dual-Torque Hinge that lets you rotate it to any angle to create a Notebook, stand-up Display, Tent or Tablet. This super-cool functionality allows you to take it anywhere and use it everywhere! Whatever your need, this super portable design meets the rigors of daily life—inside and outside the classroom.
- Intel Celeron N3350 Dual-Core Processor (Up to 2.4GHz)
- 11.6" HD IPS 10-point multi-touch screen (1366 x 768)
- 4GB of Onboard DDR4 Memory & 32GB eMMC
- 2 - USB Type-C ports USB 3.1 Gen 1 (up to 5 Gbps) DisplayPort over USB Type-C & USB Charging, 2 - USB 3.0 ports & microSD Card Reader
- HD Webcam (1280 x 720) with 88 degree wide angle lens supporting High Dynamic Range (HDR)
- Lithium Ion Battery, Up to 10 Hours Battery Life
- Google Chrome Operating System
- Also includes a Protective Sleeve and Wacom Pen
With four modes to choose from, finding the right fit for your needs has never been easier.
Maximizes productivity with full functional keyboard.
Brings the screen closer for enjoying any entertainment content.
Perfect in a narrow space like on an airplane or viewing a recipe in the kitchen.
The best way to browse the Internet, play games or share information.
Watch what you love in all its clarity with detail and saturated colors from edge to edge thanks to the 11.6" HD display with IPS technology. The 10-point touch screen makes it easy to surf, organize, swipe and edit with the tip of your fingers.
Clear Photos & Google Hangouts Experience
Built-in 88° of wide angle view Webcam supporting HDR imaging, enhances face-to-face chats and video conference experiences so you don't miss out on any details and don't need to crowd in front of the webcam.
Supercharged Internet! Equipped with the latest 802.11ac and 2x2 MIMO stay unplugged and connected to the Internet, to wireless devices, and to the world. Enjoy smooth streaming, extremely fast downloads and keep up with your most demanding workloads.
Write Naturally or Touch
Anything you can do on the touchscreen with your finger, you can do with the included Wacom stylus pen. With fast and accurate control, the Wacom technology delivers a digital pen experience that feels as intuitive and natural as writing, drawing, or signing on paper.
Android Apps from Google Play Store
In addition to the apps in the Chrome Web Store, you now have full access to more than 2 million of Android apps from the Google Play Store that can help you do everything from work to play.
Acer makes shopping easy with the perfect Chromebook bundle that includes a stylus and a sleeve. The form fitting sleeve protects your Chromebook from scratches while the included stylus makes it easy to doodle, sketch or just jot your ideas down.
Reviewed in the United States on August 26, 2020
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The Acer S11 is a very basic machine. It has two USB ports, a single-style earphone/microphone jack, another port of a sort I am unfamiliar with, and a rocker bar controlling speaker or earphone volume, the only way to do that in tablet mode. The keyboard is comfortable, but not back-lit, nor are there any indicator lights of any kind. Pretty basic. The keyboard seems to be missing keys; there is no INSERT, DELETE, CAPS LOCK, PAGE UP/DOWN, or HOME. I have found no way to jump to the beginning/end of a line of text, or for that matter, a document. There are perhaps keyboard short-cuts for each of these, but I have not explored enough to find them. I have discovered work-arounds between the usual copy/cut/paste (CTL-C, CTL-X, CTL-V) for the most important of these missing keys. To delete a word or sentence select it and hit [BACKSPACE], and it’s easy enough to scroll around a document.
The Acer comes with no documentation what-so-ever. You learn by doing (the machine leads you through initial set up) and using the various tutorials available for all the on-board apps. The process was straightforward, but once set up, it took me a few days to understand how the apps used the file system. I had never before used Google Drive or Google Docs. Chromebook is oriented around these two products and the chrome browser. It's much easier to go with the flow and use what it gives you. There isn’t much. Your Google Docs cloud-folder and a single local directory called Downloads.
I had to get used to the way Chromebook and the apps work with the file system. By default, Google Docs (for example) saves only to the cloud. To save to your local Downloads directory (the only one you can reach) you download the file. Once in your Downloads directory you can move the file to other local directories you create with the Chromebook FILES utility. A few days of playing around and I beat this learning curve. None of this is a hardware issue anyway.
As a part of its set-up, the Acer found most of my standard apps (twitter, skype, Adobe reader, WordPress, a few others), and having asked my permission, moved them over to the new machine. Others I found easily enough on the play store (there are two stores available, Android and Acer web-store), and installed. All the Android apps I used previously on my phone seem to work fine.
Besides the keyboard, the machine operates as a tablet and rotates quickly between portrait and landscape views. The screen folds back on its hinges so the back of the screen touches the base. When holding the Acer-as-tablet, your hands are pressing on random keys. Of course, the keyboard is disabled in this mode, but I still do not like this. Keyboards get dirty in normal use. This can’t help matters.
One review said the machine is too heavy to hold (especially with one hand) in tablet mode. This is true. If you are going to use the device a lot in tablet mode, it must be propped up on something or lying flat. It can stand on its own in landscape mode with the keyboard and screen separated, an inverted V, but this seems a bit unstable to me. There is a stylus. It does help to pick things out in tablet mode, but that forces you to one hand. The virtual keyboard is a good size for rapid 1 finger (or stylus) use in profile orientation. In portrait mode, the keyboard is more than big enough to be used two-handed, but unless you hit the virtual keys exactly in their center you risk lots of typos.
The same review said the colors were rich (they are), but the screen did not get as bright as others. I haven't tried it in a bright sun, but outside in the shade on a sunny day, it seems bright enough for me. Battery life was also rated a little down, but still above eight hours, more than enough for me. The machine itself reports 10-hours! One day I left the machine unplugged for twelve hours, using it on and off for about four hours over that time. The screen shuts off if closed or idle for a minute or so. Idle like that, the device seems to use little or no battery. At the end of my twelve-hour experiment the battery icon still showed about 2/3 full.
To sum up this rambling review, I like this hardware. Minimalism is OK if inexpensive enough. It has a pretty rugged feel when using the keyboard. Tablet mode is easy enough to use, though selecting small fields for text entry can be clumsy with a finger. The stylus helps here. There are a few mysteries remaining about the keyboard. Remembering short-cuts is a pain in the neck, but on balance the Acer S11 will do everything I need.
In general, it’s battery life seemed less than my other son’s Lenovo chromebook from the get-go - requiring charging more frequently than the Lenovo and ultimately (seemingly) dying before the Lenovo. The frequent charging was manageable, but a now dead battery and inoperable chromebook kinda stinks - as they do a lot of schoolwork on their chromebooks.
Maybe I’m being delusional, and maybe products are just meant to only last two years, but at 24 months (and being well taken care of) it has stopped working. I’m assuming it is the battery - as the power indicator light won’t come on even when plugged in. I’ve tried a number of the recommended trouble-shooting options but to no avail. I will note, my other son’s Lenovo (which is also older than the Acer) is still alive and kicking.
Not sure if we’ll try to replace the battery or just get a new chromebook at this point, but I’ll think long and hard about getting another Acer due to the inferior battery.
like that this acer "boots" within seconds. like that it came with a little zipper bag. like that it came with a stylus - don't like the way the stylus is stored (cheezy little stick on holder). like that it has charging ports on both sides.
REALLY like spinning the display around and standing it up to read the news in the morning. sorta like the battery life; i can kill it in just a couple hours reading news, playing games, or watching videos. like the price. like the speaker quality. like the weight. like that the cover has a texture that doesn't slip right thru my hands.
dont like that it gets hot (if i'm just using the touchscreen and fold it, the heat dissipates better than when i use it like a laptop). dont like it that there's no caps lock key! they used "search" instead of caps lock...bad choice...
REALLY dont like that some apps arent available like alexa, my smart ac controller, and my security cams. not the fault of acer; that's on the developers. but with so many people buying portable, lightweight chromebooks, you'd think they'd modify their apps but no...
all in all, i'd recommend it and would buy it again.
There are some drawbacks, however. Straight out of the box after turning it on there was an occasional black band displaying across the screen. Not the worst thing ever, I can ignore it as it's not very frequent. Some of the built in apps are very, very slow and are much better replaced with something else. I planned to use this chromebook for school but since have decided not to due to how slow it is within those programs. Every now and again the pen will write in a different place than you press. I didn't expect anything amazing for the price. Often these types of products run for a lot more and I knew I was taking a little bit of a risk here. Ultimately it preforms almost as well as expected. While I don't use it for college as planned I do use it for surfing the web and chatting with friends, and I enjoy it for that!
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Es muy buena para cosas sencillas pero no es una computadora de alto rendimiento.