Acer has become one of the world’s top Chromebook brands since 2011. At the Google I/O2011, Acer first announced its Chromebook and then it went on to become one of the most popular products ever all over the world. And at the IFA press event in Berlin this year, the company is expected to release a range of new products. Acer will bring another offer for their Acer Chromebook 15 line with valuable upgrades and new features. Their newest laptop is expected to release in October.
In terms of specs, the upcoming laptop will come with at least two different variants. The first one will run on an unspecified dual-core Intel Celeron and the other is powered by a quad-core Intel Pentium processor. Although these processors are not strong for intensive tasks, they can easily serve well for general tasks such as web browsing or using most apps. The laptop will also pack with 32GBs or 64GBs of eMMC flash memory as well as 4GB or 8GB RAM options, which is absolutely enough to satisfy most users’ requirements. Acer has also stated that the battery life can last up to 12 hours, and the fanless design will help the laptop run quietly.
One of the most highlights of the Acer Chromebook 15 line is its 15.6-inch display (like most Windows laptops) and the 1920×1080 display brings the biggest selling points for this laptop. The laptop also comes equipped two upward-facing speakers in order to deliver better media, and an HD webcam with an 88-degree view. As for the software, it is pre-installed Chrome OS with the Google Play Store support, which means you will be able to access to up to 2 million Android apps. The rest of the hardware includes two USB Type-C ports for charging, two USB 3.0 ports, a HDMI port, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a speaker jack. The Bluetooth 4.2 support and a SD card slot for up to 128GB are also in tow.
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