Announced last month at CES in Las Vegas, the Acer Chromebook 11 N7 (C731) offers up the internals to handle moderate computing and the promise of Android Apps in the near future.
Where this “rugged” Chromebook really shines is its above average durability and the fact that it has been made available to the general public as well as the education market.
A quick rundown of the internal will show you a Chromebook that falls right in the realm of so many Braswell-based devices we see flooding schools around the globe.
- Processor: Intel® Celeron® N3060
- Memory: 4GB LPDDR3
- Memory Card Reader: SD/SDX
- Storage: 16 GB/32GB
- Screen Size: 11.6″ 1366x 768 HD (touchscreen optional)
- Ports: HDMI/2xUSB 3.0 Ports
- Drop tested to 48-inches
- Spill-resistant keyboard
- Compliant U.S. Military Standard (MIL-STD 810G)
- Recessed keys to prevent easy removal
- Withstand up to 132 lbs. downward force on lid
Both the touch and non-touch 16GB models are now available and shipping from numerous outlets and the Chromebook 11 N7 has officially been added to Acer’s website. If you are looking for a durable Chromebook that can handle just about anything you throw at it, this could be the device for you.