Acer has announced two new models of Chromebooks, featuring Intel’s Core i3 processor. The Acer C720-3404 will have 4GB of RAM and will cost you $379.99, whereas the Acer C720-3871 will attribute 2GB of RAM and cost $349.99.
Both new Acer models sports 11.6-inch displays with a 1366 x 768p screen resolution. In addition to this, the new laptops consist of 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, HDMI, USB 3.0, and USB 2.0 ports. Chromebooks will be permitted to run Google apps such as Gmail and a 32GB Solid State Drive (SSD) will boot the Acer C720 in few seconds.
One feature many customers will be concern about with laptops is the rate and risk of viruses. Chromebooks feature Google services; therefore Google will update your apps automatically without leaving you helpless to viruses and malware.
According to Intel, Acer has been a leader in the Chromebook space and the new C720 based on 4th generation Intel Core i3 processors attributes a new class of Chromebook with improved performance and battery life.
The additional show of Core i3 enables an enormously responsive experience, while surfing multiple tabs of web pages. Students, families and business users will identify the difference in how snappy the new Acer C720 is with Intel Core i3.
Acer’s new C720-3404 and C720-3871 are now available on sale in US and Canada. No information on worldwide availability.