Acer has launched the Chromebook Spin 11. It’s a convertible machine courtesy of its 360-degree hinge. The new Chromebook features an 11.6 inch touchscreen display and can double as a laptop/tablet hybrid. There are quite a few configuration options available to customers so they can pick and choose based on their requirements.


Customers can configure the Acer Chromebook Spin 11 with an Intel Pentium quadcore processor N4200, an Intel Celeron dualcore processor N3350 or an Intel Celeron quadcore N3450 processor and up to 8GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.

Customers who are willing to spend a bit more money can get an option Wacom style or even a world-facing camera on the Chromebook’s cover on top of a conventional webcam.

It also features two USB Type C 3.1 ports, two USB 3.0 ports, and a microSD card reader. The 11.6 inch touchscreen IPS display has a 1366×768 pixel resolution. Acer says that the battery life is good for 10 hours on a single charge. There’s Google Play support which means that the Chromebook is capable of running Android apps.

Acer has confirmed that the Chromebook Spin 11 is going to be released in North America this March with prices starting at $349. The company will then release it in markets across Europe, Africa, and the Middle East the following month.

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