Acer’s New Chromebook 13 Laptops Start At $650 And Come Out In September
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Acer’s New Chromebook 13 Laptops Start At $650 And Come Out In September

Subsequent to divulging its new Chrome OS business notebooks in May, Acer has at long last declared when the laptops will hit the market — and the amount they’ll cost. 

The new Chromebook 13 and Chromebook Spin 13 will be available for commercial customers beginning in September. The two models highlight an all-aluminum body, a 13.5-inch, 2256 x 1504 IPS display with 3:2 aspect ratio, and a Gorilla Glass touchpad.
Costs for the Chromebook 13, a conventional style notebook, begin at $649.99 for an Intel Core i3-fueled entry setup with 8GB of memory and 32GB of capacity. For $100 more, customers can get an i5 processor. 

The Chromebook Spin 13 accompanies a touchscreen and a 360-degree pivot so it can likewise be utilized as a tablet. The basic version, with an i3 processor, 8GB memory, and 64GB storage will be available for $749.99. The top of the line configuration will cost $949.99, and accompanies an i5, 16GB RAM, and 128GB storage.
With its new Chromebooks, Acer is focusing on organizations whose workers depend on cloud-based services. Contrasted with different Chromebooks, Acer’s new models are top of the line with regards to specs — and costs. Google’s own Pixelbook is right now available for $999, up from an ongoing sale cost of $750.

(Source: theverge)

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