The world famous company Acer has announced two 12-inch Chromebook devices. These two new Chromebooks are said to be used for education purposes. The two new version of Acer chrome books include, the Chromebook 512 and the Chromebook Spin 512. Both feature 1366 x 912 resolution on 3:2 aspect ratio screens. According to Acer, a ratio which falls between that of books and mobile media.
Since they’re built to be used in classrooms, both meet the standards of military-grade durability. Alongside this, these Chromebooks are equipped to handle drops from heights of up to 48 inches.
The two Acer Chromebooks are powered by up to a quad-core Intel Pentium Silver N5000 Processor or a quad core Intel Celeron N4100 Processor. not only that, the Chromebook 512 has an optional Intel Celeron N4000 processor. The Chromebook Spin 512 has an 8MP camera on the cover while the traditional Chromebook 512 has an optional 5MP camera.
This feature will allow students to take videos or photos for their classwork. Additionally, both come with the usual webcam above the display. The Acer Chromebooks are able to keep up with whatever students or educators need to do in the classroom. The Spin 512 also supports a Wacom EMR stylus that can be stored in an internal slot.
The Chromebook 512 starts at $329.99 and Chromebook Spin 512, which starts at $449.99. Since they’re built to be used in classrooms, both meet the standards of military-grade durability and are equipped to handle drops from heights of up to 48 inches. The Spin 512 has the Antimicrobial Corning Gorilla Glass display, while the 512 has mechanically anchored keys that are difficult to remove. Both come in touch and non-touch options, feature about 12 hours of battery life.
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