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For a limited time you can pick up a Grade B refurbished Chromebook with an 11.6" HD display and 4GB RAM for just $80.
CES 2021 may not have gone down like a traditional event but there were still plenty of awesome things announced. Here are our picks for Best of CES 2021.
Acer has announced four new devices, including the Acer Chromebook Spin 514 with an AMD Ryzen Mobile Processor and a convertible design.
Acer has announced a number of new devices at its Global Press Conference, including rugged notebooks and tablets, Chromebooks, notebooks, and more.
Acer has introduced four new Chromebooks at the annual IFA trade show with prices that start as low as $250. Here's what we know about them so far.
Google has a new partner for Chrome OS. Both HP and Acer have announced new Chromebooks running AMD processors at CES 2019.
Acer has announced its Chromebook 315 will be the first ever to be powered by AMD processors and Radeon graphics.
I've been chasing a Google-powered laptop for years. I think the Pixelbook could finally be that device with a marriage of Android and Chrome.
At IFA in Germany this morning, Acer announced a ton of new products: the Acer Swift 5 (an ultralight 15" notebook), OJO 500 (a...
Acer has revealed pricing and availability info for its Chromebook 13 series. The laptops will become available in September for $649 and up.
The first Chrome OS tablet was just announced by Google and Acer. It's called the Chromebook Tab 10 and despite the name it's a slate not a laptop.
Present at the Bett Show in London, Acer unveiled two new affordable Chromebooks, as well as a Chromebox. The announcement came immediately after Lenovo...
Chromebooks are often known for their affordable pricing along with their good feature sets, and Acer has been a company known for its own...
Have you ever been in a situation where you've wanted to instantly share 360-degree footage you've taken but had to wait till you found...
When you hear the name Acer your mind naturally conjures up images of cheap notebooks and monitors, but certainly not cameras. But this might...