Acer Spin 13 13.5" Touchscreen 2-in-1 Chromebook - Grey (Intel i3-10110U/128GB eMMC/4GB RAM/ChromeOS)
- 2.1Ghz Intel Core i3-1011U dual-core processor and 4GB of RAM can handle large spreadsheets and video encoding tasks without breaking a sweat
- 128GB eMMC provides lightning-fast storage for your photos, videos, files, and more
- 13.5" IPS display with a 2256 x 1504 resolution gives you sharp and vivid images with expansive viewing angles of up to 178-degrees.
- Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) allows for seamless connection to wireless networks with high speeds and low latency
- Bluetooth 5.1 enables wireless audio streaming and file sharing between compatible devices
- 48Wh 3-cell Lithium Ion battery powers the laptop for up to 10 hours
- Three USB Type-C ports, one HDMI port, and one 3.5mm headphone let you plug in various compatible devices
- SDXC-compatible microSD card reader enables convenient data transfers between cameras, smartphones, and more
- Built-in webcam features a wide lens and HDR technology for video-conferencing, face-to-face chatting, and more
- 2-in-1 flexibility lets you switch between laptop, tablet, tent, and standing display modes to cater to various situations
- 360-degree hinge offers a hassle-free touch experience
- Pre-installed bilingual Chrome OS operating system is fast, stable, and easy to maintain
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Of the 511 reviewers who responded, 472 would recommend this product.
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- Very capable Chromebook- May 1, 2021
Pretty flawless so far. I was in the market for a downstairs living room-something just popped in my mind-need to Google it really quick-but not on my phone-type of inexpensive fast laptop/Chromebook. This fit the bill, specially if you catch it on sale! The screen is waaaay better than any of the lower tier TN panel Chromebooks where the screen disappears at off angles. And it's touchscreen and foldable to be just a tablet. The next thing I want to do is use linux on it since it has a fast enough processor to do light to medium processing. No complaints! Battery is rock solid and the keyboard is great too type on. Good job Acer. My first Acer.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great overall chrome book- January 8, 2021
Was going back and forth between this and the Pixelbook Go. Ended up going with the Acer due to the screen quality and performance advantages. Have the 3:2 aspect ratio is very nice and the brightness level on this panel is great. Everything seems more vibrant when compared to the Pixelbook. Only negatives I’ve found have been the speakers, and the edges of the back of the screen can be sharp against your legs depending how you are sitting. Overall this machine handles chrome, android apps and Linux apps with ease, but has just a few quality of life downgrades versus the competition. Have felt the machine has lived up to the hype.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Solid performance with limitations- September 17, 2020
This Chromebook is great. The screen looks good for the price range and the computer has great external build quality. The processor and RAM are solid performers with ChromeOS. The screen aspect ratio (3:2) gives more usable screen real estate when writing or reading. It makes the device look bigger though. The only major downside is the WiFi modem. It overheats with extended use (e.g., Zoom) and causes crashes. This was fixed by purchasing an USB-C Ethernet adapter and using Ethernet most of the time. This solved the connectivity issues. The WiFi usable for most light use, it's just extended and heavier use that causes problems.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.