Acer has launched C7 Google Chromebook for £200, which is a price undercutting Samsung’s device by £30.
The laptop is powered by 1.1 Ghz Intel Celetron processor, 2GB DD3 RAM, it boots in less than 18 seconds and resumes almost instantly from sleep mode.
The C7 has 11.6 inch HD display with 1366×768 resolution and a 4 cell battery, which promises up to 4 hours battery life.
It weights 1.38 kg, measuring 285x202x27.5mm.
The C7 has a 320 GB hard drive and 100GB of free Google Drive storage, along with 3 USB ports, an MMC and SD card reader and HDMI port.
Th C7 is aiming to tackle users’ needs for quick online access, easy to use interface and enhanced security.
The price is making the C7 a good choice for students and families on a budget as well as anyone else who wants a second mobile PC for web computing.
For the UK users the C7 is priced at £200 and in the US $200, which means that in the United Kingdom they will have to pay £75 more.