The console can withstand spills of up to 11 liquid ounces (330ml) of water. "The novel canal framework under the console and touchpad channels water with the goal that it's steered far from interior segments and out the base of the case," says Acer in the official statement. Notwithstanding this, Acer has ensured the console's new recessed keys guarantee that understudies don't wind up evacuating key tops effortlessly.
"Chromebooks have turned into the accepted standard for instruction innovation in many regions around the nation… The new Acer Chromebook 11 N7 (C731) will set the bar considerably higher for what schools use for their classrooms and labs – a tough plan, calm fan-less operation and a versatile frame calculate that makes them simple to transport for 1:1 projects, around the classroom, outside and in the lab," said Chris Chiang, Vice President of Product Management at Acer America.
Acer's new Chromebook is fueled by Intel Celeron double center processor, has a 11.6-inch IPS touch screen show with a determination of 1366×768. The pivot is intended to open up to 180 degrees – so it can lay level on a table too.
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Measurements of the Chromebook are: 0.87 inches (22mm) in thickness and it weighs 1.35kg. Acer says Chromebook 11 N7 will give extra capacities Android applications through the Google Play Store in the coming months.
On the availability front, it has Wi-Fi MIMO 802.11ac 2×2 double band, Bluetooth 4.0, two USB 3.0 ports and one HDMI port. There's additionally a 3.5mm combo sound port and an implicit SD card peruser.
It additionally bolsters different client sign-in with a specific end goal to protect every understudy's information. Moreover it accompanies a Kensington bolt, so it can be secured to a remote truck or lab. Acer has not affirmed the cost or the accessibility of this tough Chromebook. Acer likewise says it is the world's driving Chromebook mark with more than 33 percent piece of the pie in 2015, in view of information from Gartner.