Chromebooks are great machines for casual users, providing a simple interface and rudimentary support for Android apps. One of the better-looking models in the market is Acer's Chromebook 514, coming with a full metal chassis (minus its plastic screen bezel). Right now, it's available on Amazon for an all-time low of $339 — 15 percent cheaper than its regular $399. Read More
The Acer Chromebook Spin 13 is one of the most premium Chromebooks you can buy, with a quad-core Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a high-resolution IPS screen. The original price of $820 for the Core i5/8GB RAM model was a bit high, but now you can get it for $699 from Amazon. Read More
Amazon is currently running a Deal of the Day on the Acer Chromebook Spin 13, discounting it to $699.99 from $899. You can make it yours for $200 off the regular price. It's currently out of stock at the time of this post, but is expected to come back in stock on Nov. 29, 2018 and you can still buy it. Read More
The latest model of the Acer Chromebook 15 was released last year. If you read our review, you'll know it's a solid laptop for the price, even if it occasionally stutters under heavy workloads. The original MSRP for $399 was pretty good, but now you can get a refurbished model for almost half of that - just $224.99. Read More
Acer has made several noteworthy Chromebooks as of late. The company's 15" model from last year was well-received, and the new 2018 Chromebook 11 is a decent product. Acer also manufactured the first Chrome OS tablet, but it's not widely available to consumers. Now the company has announced four new Chromebooks: two 13-inch models, and two 15-inch ones. Read More
Most Chromebook screens seem to stay around 11-13 inches, with 14 and 15-inch models being rather rare. Acer's Chromebook 15 has been available for a while now, with the same plastic design that the company's lower-end models use. At IFA in Berlin, Acer announced a new metal Chromebook 15. Read More
We've been hearing rumors about Tegra-powered Chromeboooks for quite a while now (anyone remember the supposed Tegra 4-powered Chromebook Pixel?), but it looks like the first one could actually be set to release in early August. According to a product listing on Swedish retailer Komplett.se's site, the Acer-built Chromebook CB5 is packing a Tegra K1, 4GB RAM, a 32GB SSD, and a 13.3" HD display. Looking at images on the site, it appears that the device is sporting two USB 3.0 ports, an Read More
ethernet HDMI port, 3.5mm headphone jack, and an exterior that's ready to give the Samsung Chromebook 2 a run for its money.