At great value this Acer C710 Chromebook with a 320GB hard drive gives you incredibly safe and quick internet access. On a stunning 11.6" screen, utilise the fantastic Google Chrome operating system with access to all of the fun of Google apps built in. With a battery life of up to 3.5 hours, this is a brilliant reliable laptop.
CPU, Memory and Operating System:
Intel Celeron single core 847 processor.
1.1GHz processor speed.
320GB hard drive.
Google Chrome OS.
11.6 inch screen.
Shared graphics card.
Intel HD Graphics.
3 USB 2.0 ports.
1 Ethernet port.
1 HDMI port.
Up to 3.5 hours battery life.
Size H2.74, W28.5, D20.2cm.
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Only as good as your Wi-Fi connection
Nice little machine: good design and sturdy, but it's advertised as a "mobile business" machine. I wouldn't want to travel with it again because of its limitations: it doesn't take my plug-and-play mobile broadband dongle, so is virtually useless without a good and reliable Wi-Fi connection *everywhere* you go because all its software is in The Cloud. Battery life is also not very good for a machine this size, and earth terminal has chipped already. Fine for use at home with good Wi-Fi, though.
15 November 2013
excellent notebook + very light & slim star rating ********
12 November 2013
Very good chrome computer
08 October 2013
Brilliant but at the price
Bought for my 10 year old for birthday present - absolutely delighted with product, a lot more robust than tablet for kids.
17 September 2013
More to this than I thought
This product is better than I thought it would be. It reads my 2tb external hard drive which is an NTFS file system and also plays most of the common file formats like mp3 and mp4. It reads all microsoft office file formats and I like how you can save to the google drive cloud or store them locally on the hard drive. An excellent chromebook for the price highly recommended.
28 August 2013