Acer Unveils Three New Chromebooks



Acer today unveiled three new Chromebooks designed for consumers needing a secure, easy-to-use, and affordable device for productivity, entertainment and communication. These new Chromebooks come in three sizes and form factors, and are furnished with everything consumers need, plus exceptional audio and video technology for entertainment and video conferencing.

“This new trio of Acer Chromebooks offers the best of several worlds; they deliver solid performance capabilities, have great extra features, and give users the latest technology while staying within budget,” said James Lin, General Manager, Notebooks, IT Products Business, Acer Inc. “Today’s users need a reliable, easy-to-use means to stay productive, connected and entertained when they’re at home—these three new Acer Chromebooks fit that bill.”

They are:

  • The Acer Chromebook Spin 513 (CP513-2H) boosts productivity on-the-go with a sleek, convertible design, 13.5-inch VertiView® display with a 3:2 aspect ratio, long battery life, and exceptional performance—powered by the octa-core MediaTek Kompanio 1380 processor
  • The Acer Chromebook 315 (CB315-4H/T) expands the company’s extensive collection of large-screen offerings; includes a 15.6-inch anti-glare FHD display and numeric keypad
  • The Acer Chromebook 314 (CB314-3H/T) is a portable device with a 14-inch FHD display, featuring the latest Intel processors and an OceanGlass Touchpad

All three Chromebooks deliver the latest audio and video technologies so multi-tasking families, students, and hybrid workers can stay productive, entertained, and connected.

Comments (3)

3 responses to “Acer Unveils Three New Chromebooks”

  1. hrlngrv

    Someone has to ask: why is this a Forum post rather than an article? It's not as if you've never posted 4 paragraph articles.

    • pecosbob04

      Or combine it with the other Acer notebook article. Maybe this came in after the other article was posted and even Paul can't edit on this site. Nah that can't be right, can it?

    • christianwilson

      I thought I saw Paul address this somewhere (either an Ask Paul or in a newsletter) but I can't find it now.

      It was an effort to try something different and spur some attention to the forums, I think?