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ID: 217912

URL: https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2021/10/acer-adds-11th-gen-intel-cpus-to-chromebook-lineup/

Date: 2021-10-13

New Acer Chromebooks boast 11th-Gen Intel CPUs for up to $900

Acer announced six new Chromebooks today, ranging from $400–$900. Acer is releasing half a dozen new Chromebook SKUs, it announced today during its Next@Acer event. The company is updating its lineup with options for Intel's latest 11th Gen "Tiger Lake" CPUs, and although the list includes some of the standard cheaper Chromebook options, Acer also introduced some pricier selections boasting fanless designs for quieter operation. The Acer Chromebook Spin 514 and Chromebook Spin Enterprise 514 are the highest-end options. They're more expensive than the average Chromebook (Acer's current offerings go as low as $190), with the standard version costing $700 when it comes out in January and the business-focused version priced at $900 for a December release. The upcoming two-in-ones (laptops that can convert into tablets) ditch the fans to reduce noise, and that likely helps keep them thin as well. Each machine is 0.68 inches (166.9 mm) thick and weighs 3.02 pounds (1.37 kg). Acer's Spin 514 has a 14-inch screen with slim bezels (for an 84 percent screen-to-body ratio), a touchpad made of Corning Gorilla Glass, DTS Audio surround sound, and Wi-Fi 6. There are only two ports, however—both USB-C. Acer's enterprise Chromebooks target cloud-dependent companies and IT administrators who need to deploy, manage, and secure cloud workforces. The Acer Chromebook 514 is a less expensive option; it starts at $400 and releases in December. There are some downgrades, though. The clamshell has only 8GB of RAM and 128GB of eMMC storage. It runs on an octa-core MediaTek Kompanio 828 CPU and Arm Mali-G57 MCS graphics.