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Acer Debuts Stylish Aluminum Chromebook 14 Laptop

With the Acer Chromebook 14, the first thing that comes to mind when you are looking at it – is the Apple Macbook. The newest Acer Chromebook device looks unmistakably similar to Apple’s highest selling laptop. Something owners will definitely appreciate, given the high selling nature of the Macbook.

For the most part, Apple’s laptops have looked great – something that plenty other device makers are using to their advantage – same could be said about this one in certain key areas. The design overall looks great.

The aluminum looks fantastic and the whole thing looks sturdy in every detail. On the other hand, even the hardware is not lacking. This means that owners will not only enjoy a good looking device and a high performing one as well.


One of the most prominent aspects of the Acer Chromebook 14 is its battery life. Acer claims that it can pull a cool 14 hours of work and give you plenty of battery life to do what’s needed and allows you to wrap up all your tasks without frantic search for a power source. On the other hand, the 14 hour battery life is only possible with the 1366×768 display. The 1920×1080 full HD screen is also available, but then, the battery life is shortened to about 12 hours.

“With its industry-leading battery life of up to 14 hours, the Acer Chromebook 14 is an important new product in Acer’s award-winning Chromebook line,” said Jerry Kao, president of Acer Notebook Business Group. “Customers have a wide range of needs for battery life, size, performance and features, and our line of Acer Chromebooks is expanding to make sure customers get exactly what they want. The Chromebook 14 is an excellent choice for customers who want a stylish, large-screen Chromebook with long battery life at an attractive price.”


Acer Chromebook comes with these parts inside: ntel Celeron quad-core N3160 or dual-core N3060 processor, either 2GB or 4GB of RAM, a 16GB or 32GB storage, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity combined with two USB 3.1 ports, a z7720p web camera and Google’s Chrome OS naturally. Pricing starts at $300 and offers great value for money – something we will definitely test out in the forthcoming months as well.