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Laptops are one of the most popular computing devices today. They allow people to do their work and play, anywhere. With the availability of Wi-Fi, users can access the Internet almost anywhere.
When deciding to purchase a new laptop, you need to first determine whether you would like to purchase a PC or Macintosh. The Mac has become increasingly popular due to its excellent hardware and easy to use operating system. Mac laptops do cost more than PC laptops.
The second major choice is the type of laptop. There are thin and light laptops that are designed for easy transportation between home and work, or home and coffee shops. Desktop replacement laptops have larger screens and are meant to stay in one location, most of the time. On the high end are gaming laptops with even larger screens and fast graphic chips.
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The Intel Celeron Processor based Chromebooks are much faster than the ARM based ones.
About Acer CB3 11.6" Chromebook
If a tablet isn't quite enough for you but many laptops are too much, this might be your PC. It runs the Chrome operating system (and Chrome web browser) and includes a 16GB solid-state (like an SSD) hard drive that means it starts in seconds. It has virus protection and constant updating built-in and runs your favorite Google apps and has a 74-key keyboard. Has a built-in webcam and dual band Wi-Fi.
It's not the right choice for much more than web surfing, email and other light-duty tasks, but if that's the majority of your usage, it's a light 2.4 lbs. weight, 0.7 inches thinness and up to 3.5 hours of battery life may be just what you're looking for. Travel and cyber cafes are another good use for this. Some users didn't like that you can't change the web browser, but if you're in the Chrome camp already, it's a good choice.
Acer CB3 11.6" Chromebook Tech Specifications
- Intel Celeron Dual-Core CPU @ 1.4Ghz
- 11.6" LED screen at 1366 x 768 resolution
- 2GB RAM, 16GB flash boot drive
- 802.11 a/b/g/ac wireless
- 2 USB ports, 1 USB 3.0
- Bluetooth 4.0
- HDMI output
Posted: December 31, 1969 4:00 PM PST