12 hours of battery life1 will keep you energized for the entire work day. Plus, their solid construction makes them very resilient, including spill-resistant keyboards, top covers encased in tough Corning® Gorilla® Glass and chassis that can handle up to 60 kg of downward force and drops from heights of 45 cm.
With the latest 6th Gen Intel® Core™ i2 processors, they’re the fastest Chromebooks yet. Full USB 3.1 Type-C support lets you enjoy faster device charging and data transfers. You’ll also get up to 3x faster wireless speeds with MIMO 2x2 802.11ac3.
They have the chassis of 13" laptops, but 14" screens. This is achieved with a narrow bezel design. Add to that Full HD2 displays and wide angle viewing, and you’ve got a winning combo. You can also output to high-resolution displays with ease via Full USB 3.1 Type-C.
They feature beautifully Vibrant Corning® Gorilla® Glass encased top covers, a first for Chromebooks. With a minimum order4, their top covers can also be customized to include your organization’s corporate identity or other stylized graphics.
Enjoy seamless Google Hangouts with wide angle HD webcams that let you squeeze in more people into the frame, and dual-array digital microphones that can beamform to capture and transmit clear conversations without any distracting background noise.
1 Battery life is based on models with HD displays. Availability of HD display models vary depending on region. 2 Specifications vary by model and region. 3 Based on an IEEE 802.11ac draft specification. Actual speeds will vary based on range, connection rate, site conditions, size of network and other factors. 4 A minimum order requirement must be met for Acer to offer the customization service.
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