|Screen Size||11.6 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366x768 pixels|
|RAM||1 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||16 GB SSD|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 3150|
|Card Description||Graphics Media Accelerator 3150|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||6 hours|
Acer AC700-1090 Chromebook (3G)
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- Your favorite websites load quickly and run smoothly, full support for the latest web standards and Adobe Flash.
- Chromebooks run the first consumer operating system designed to defend against the ongoing threat of malware and viruses.
- With built-in WiFi and 3G it's easy to jump online from just about anywhere- airports, coffee shops and more!
- The Acer Chromebook is the future of computing. In a stylish simplified design with 11.6" HD display,
- Your apps, documents, and settings are stored safely in the cloud.
- Dual-core Intel® Processor
- 2GB DDR3 Memory
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Acer AC700-1529 Chromebook comes with these high level Specs. Intel Atom Dual-Core Processor N570, Google Chrome Operating System, 11.6" HD Widescreen LED-backlit Display, Mobile Intel NM10 Express Chipset, Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150, 2048MB DDR3 Memory, 16GB Solid State Drive, Multi-in-1 Digital Media Card Reader, 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi CERTIFIED, Built-In 1.3MP HD Webcam, 2 - USB 2.0 Ports, HDMI, 6-cell Li-ion Battery (4400 mAh), Up to 6-hours Battery Life, 3.19 lbs. | 1.45 kg (system unit only)
Top Customer Reviews
Anyway I bought one and I wanted the Acer with 3G and HDMI output so I can stream AL-Jazeera in HD on You Tube.
I have had my Acer Chromebook 3G for less than a month now and it never disappoints, it can do 99% of all the things an all-singing all-dancing PC can do but without all the hassle on constant updates and antivirus warnings you get on a standard PC.
I can stream tracks from my favourite spotify substitute, do all my banking, use Google Maps, upload photos to Google + (and facebook), it does all kinds of browserey things and if you get bored of all that and you think you're man enough you can flick the 'developper' switch and hack around to your heart's content.
Nice solid feel to the keyboard and the new design trackpad is great. Webcam and mic all work fine and it is a responsive, intuitive interface. I can honestly say it has no 'nasty habits' and I have not got frustrated with it, not even once, since I have had it.
Google's proprietory word processing, spreadsheets, draw programs etc. are great, I have uploaded all my documents to Google Documents and it even converts some if they are in a 'foreign' format.
It is a lovely design in a sleek package, I take mine everywhere and it never fails to impress my friends and family.
The WiFi worked perfectly. There was an initial problem setting up the 3G Verizon data connection for the 100 MB of free data but Verizon was very helpful and got me to a Chromebook Ninja. He who was quickly able to reset the modem and got us connected. To contact a Chromebook Ninja, go to [....] and look for the Ninja tab.
The Chromebook concept makes common sense for most people who are not heavy users of specialized software programs. I am in the legal profession and would use the Chromebook for my computer needs while traveling save for the inability of Google docs to effectively deal with WordPerfect documents. That said, the Chromebook is clearly more cost effective than anything Apple produces. All in all, Chromebooks are the wave of the future; that is, they are very easy to learn and use and since everything is stored in the cloud they are safe and trouble free.
As a writer and blogger, I wanted a power tool that would let me write more books like this one, Cat 911: Fixing their Care. I wanted a portable work environment that I could take anywhere; the couch, the bedroom, my lunch hour at work and waiting for my friends in the restaurant. I get as much writing done as I do because I've learned to maximise my time, writing.
I think the Chromebook is getting undeserved poor reviews. It's a laptop that runs only a browser. Once I realized that's all I used my old laptop for... I wanted one.
I chose the Acer because of its high marks for the screen and keyboard. I agree. It's highly portable because of the compact shape, the light weight, and the incredible battery life. I can have internet radio running (sounds good in close quarters) and several tabs open and I'm drafting in one of the apps and editing it on my blog; and I've had this go on for over six hours with very few breaks.
Which is another thing. I have all this going on, and have to be interrupted. I close the lid. When I come back (and it can be an hour or a day) I lift the lid; and pick up right where I left off. Let me be clear: I'm contrasting this with my experience with a previous laptop: heavier, hotter, and with less battery life. And all I used it for was the Internet! Replacing this old model with a Chromebook was an incredible upgrade, at a fourth of the price I would pay for something new.
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