The Easy Choice
Acer’s Chromebook 14 doesn’t just show off the strengths of Google’s accessible laptop line, it exemplifies them and puts ordinary laptops to shame. Whether we’re talking about price, performance, versatility or design – it beats them all.
Students don’t need portable powerhouses, they need more lightweight machines that move as fast as they do. They don’t need to be able to run enterprise-level software. They need to be able to take notes, prepare assignments and - of course watch Netflix. And, sure enough, Acer Chromebook 14 meets these modest demands with ease.
Baseline Chromebooks feature access to a suite of Google-developed software that’s only gotten better with each generation of Chromebooks. What’s more, Google recently brought the Google Play Store to Chromebooks – adding support for millions of applications and cementing it as a considerable competitor even audiences beyond students.
Chromebooks are no longer just cheaper upfront but they’ll also provide a more consistent payoff. 14” Gorilla Glass provides unparalleled protection, even against up to 330ml water spillage. Where a normal laptop will lose performance and battery life over time – Chromebooks are set to get only better. Google recently buffered up the lifespan of Chromebook’s to five years and a full charge with the Acer Chromebook 14 will keep you going for 12 hours.
Google’s Chromebooks recently overtook Apple’s share in the education market and it’s not hard to see why. After all, Acer’s Chromebook 14 isn’t just the right choice. It’s the easy one.
The Acer Chromebook 14 retails for $450