|Screen Size||11.6 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366x768|
|Processor||1.1 GHz Celeron 847|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||320 GB SATA|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||128 MB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||3|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||6 hours|
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Acer Aspire C710-2055 11.6-Inch Chromebook (1.1 GHz Intel Celeron 847 Processor, 4GB DDR3, 320GB HDD, Chrome OS) Iron Gray
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- Intel Celeron 847 Processor - 1.1 GHz (2 MB Cache)
- 4 GB DDR3 RAM
- Can open/edit MS Office files using free embedded QuickOffice editor or Google Docs, and can download Microsoft Office Online (an online version of Microsoft Office) for free. Cannot install standard MS Office software.
- 320 GB 5400 rpm Hard Drive
- 11.6-Inch Screen, Intel HD Graphics
- Chrome, 6-hour battery life
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|Item Weight||3.05 pounds||2.43 pounds||2 pounds||2.43 pounds|
|Processors||Celeron 847 1.1 GHz||intel turbo n2840 2.16 GHz||rockchip rk3288 1.8 GHz||celeron 2.16 GHz|
|Operating System||Chrome||Chrome||Chrome OS||Chrome OS|
|Memory||4 GB DDR3||2 GB DDR3L SDRAM||4 GB DDR3||2 GB DDR3L SDRAM|
|Storage||320 GB 5400 RPM||16 GB||0 GB||16 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics||Intel HD Graphics||Information not provided||Intel HD Graphics|
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The display on the Acer is better than the slicker looking Samsung but it also has a VGA port not just a HDMI which means you can create a desktop by porting your current vga monitor, usb mouse and keyboard; it also has a ethernet port not just WiFi. The 2GB memory version is very fast so this 4GB will allow even more tabs to be open and responsive. The 6 cell battery makes it competitive with Samsung version and runs Netflix with no flicker at all. It has 3 usbs which work well with flash, SD, usb HD and optical too but for mostly read only. Unlike Win it does not slow down with use and is being improved ever few months with new functions for free. The remote control Chrome app is great for networking with a Win PC if you must gain access to programs or data remote. Printing requires either a Google cloud based printer (I got an Epson wf-3520; does Apple airprint too and dual side scanning...all for $110..awesome) or a Win PC acting as a print server with legacy printers or you can print as a PDF and then port them with a flash drive to a Win based printer. If you get the $200 version you can buy a $50 6 cell battery from acer to get the extra endurance. If you want a full size screen than look at the HP version.
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I love Chromebook and I love the Acer C7; see my big review at Acer C710-2833 Chromebook or Acer C7 C710-2847 Chromebook.
However, *this* Acer C7 version is not the Chromebook for most users. Most users should get the Acer C710-2833 Chromebook for $199 instead. There are three changes in this Acer C710-2055: (1) 2GB extra memory for a total of 4GB; (2) a 6-hour battery instead of a 4-hour battery; and (3) a 320GB spinning hard drive instead of a 16GB SSD. Don't let the sizes fool you, the spinning hard drive is a significant downgrade in performance, and a larger hard drive offers little benefit on Chromebook for most users.
$80 is not a bad price for 2GB memory and a longer-life battery. But the hard drive is a downgrade. One of the best things about the Acer C7 is that it's upgradeable, so you could buy the $199 machine and upgrade the memory and battery yourself. (At present, March 2013, Acer C7 users mostly seem to get an after-market longer-life battery from a third-party supplier named CDW.) It would probably end up around $80 for an after-market upgrade too, so if you're sure you want the extra memory and battery life, this $280 one would be a reasonable choice; but for most users, I'd still advise against it because of the slow spinning hard drive.
*The OS: Am learning more all the time, but have found it to be very useful once I resigned myself to using mainly Google Docs, which I had resisted up to now. It was a good thing to learn, because my misconceptions about its limits proved to be pretty much unfounded. Part of this machine's role will be as a travel laptop that will need to access company documents sometimes, and I now know that - while I might not be doing heavy editing or writing a new SMS manual in Google Docs - it will work for what I do need it to do. I also like the speed of the OS, both starting up and on the web.
The more I learn about ChromeOS, the better I'm liking it. There is a learning curve, but it's pretty easy. There is also a fun factor. I look forward to continuing updates and improvements, which will come to the machine in free, effortless updates - nothing to keep track of. Freedom from malware is huge, too. Given what I intend to use it for, thumbs-up on the OS.
*The Hardware: I had tempered my expectations for the Acer, based on its low price - I told myself not to expect too much refinement. But it's quite nice, really, if a little plain-vanilla looking; I've ordered a skin to jazz it up a bit. Quality seems good, fit & finish are fine, it's solid, I even like the keyboard. The screen is good, and bright enough for outdoor use - I sit and work on the porch at home a lot. Battery life is as advertised - about 6 hours. So no complaints about the hardware.Read more ›
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Was good when I had it, unfortunately it dropped and the display stopped working. No worries, I connected it to another monitor and it still worked fine. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jair
I was a little disappointed in this thing's lack of guts. It sometimes has trouble with normal things like videos or displaying photos. Not as fast as everyone was touting.Published 17 months ago by Kim
Terrific small computer. I already used Google docs and Chrome, and this is such a nice small size - keyboard is great for your lap too. I would buy again or recommend to anyone.Published 19 months ago by Andrea L. Goldsmith
This is the most confusing device I've ever used. I bought this for my mother as a Christmas gift and am truly sorry about inflicting this plague upon her. Read morePublished 21 months ago by A. Lahaie
It's a great little computer! The only things that keep it from being perfect for me is the screen size & no dvd drive. Read morePublished on June 27, 2014 by yogi
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