Acer has just announced its new Chromebook 11 (CB311-8H/T). Although this new Chromebook has USB-C support for power and peripherals, as well as an alleged 10-hour battery, its specs are balanced by a low-resolution display and an uncertain Celeron-badged processor. Starting at $ 249 and available in touch and non-touch versions, this new model doesn’t actually go on sale until later this year—April in the US and March for the rest of the world.
|Screen||11.6″ 1366×768, touch and non-touch|
|CPU||Untitled Intel Celeron|
|Peripherals||2x USB-C 3.1 Gen 1, 2x USB 3.0, MicroSD,|
|Wireless||Bluetooth 4.2, 2×2 MIMO 802.11ac Wi-Fi|
|Audio||Dual stereo speakers, mic|
|Dimensions||0.71″ (18.15 mm) thin, 2.43 lbs (1.1 kg)|
Acer didn’t provide the exact model number for the CPU in the Chromebook 11, but based on the price and fanless design, it’s likely to be one of the lower-end versions (read: basically an Atom).
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