Device manufacturer Acer has launched a new version of its Chromebook 11 notebook. As described by The Verge, the notebook features low-standard to mid-range specifications in comparison to other like products in the market.
The company has claimed that its freshly-launched Chromebook 11 can deliver up to 10 hours of battery life on a single charge. The notebook also goes on feature a fanless design, specifically aimed towards ensuring that the laptop makes less noise. This allows its owners to operate the device anywhere, be it a family room, library or a coffee shop.
The Chromebook 11 comes packed with two USB 3.0 ports along with two other USB 3.1 Type-C ports, which is a first for this line-up. Acer has introduced two versions of the notebook, one which features a touch display and the other which packs a non-touch display. The device can also run Android applications.
On the display front, the Acer Chromebook 11 features an 11.6-inch display with 1366 x 768 pixels resolution, which is quite terrible for a modern laptop. It seems like the company decided to follow the same footsteps as they did during the launch of Chromebook 11’s predecessors. In comparison to its predecessor, the Chromebook 11 is 0.71 inches thinner and weighs about 2.43 pounds.
The Chromebook 11 laptop is powered by Intel’s Celeron processor – same as each and every Acer Chromebook there is in the market. The notebook comes packed with 2GB and 4GB worth of RAM and 16GB and 32GB worth of in-built storage. The laptop also goes on to feature an HDR webcam with dual stereo speakers and an integrated microphone as well. Acer is scheduled to unveil the laptop at CES, 2018 on Tuesday. Following which, the Chromebook 11 line will be available in stores in March and prices start at $249 for the most basic options.