Monday, January 5, 2015

Acer announces first ever 15.6-inch Chromebook

Acer has announced the Chromebook 15 at CES, the largest laptop running Chrome OS to date.

While Chromebooks tend to be limited in size, Acer has broken the mould with the Chromebook 15, a new model which is the first ever to sport a 15.6-inch display.

According to Acer, the Chromebook 15 gives you 27 per cent more space to get productive over the more common 13.3-inch models.

The Chromebook 15 is also the company's first Chromebook with a choice of the 5th Generation Intel Core i3 or the next generation Intel Celeron processor. In short, it has the screen-size and CPU power for office work on the road.

Customers also have a few display options to choose from. If it’s sheer quality you seek, then the best one is the 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution display. Although if you’re buying on a budget, you can opt for the more affordable 1366 x 769 resolution display.

There will also be 16 or 36GB SSD options, as well as 2 or 4GB RAM choices. Despite packing more power and a larger display than other Chromebooks, Acer still promises an all-day battery life.

The Chromebook 15 is aimed at the education sector, ideal for schools and even older users who would benefit from the large display. Its white fabric-like surface ensures you get a secure grip to avoid dropping it.

In the event of an accident however it should live to see another day. Acer has reinforced the Chromebook 15 to handle being dropped, and claims it can withstand up to 60kg of force while the corners can tolerate up to 45cm drops without damage.

Prices will start at $249.99 (about £162), although UK pricing and availability is still to be confirmed. The Acer Chromebook 15 will be displayed at CES, where T3 will be on hand to report all the latest
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