Acer Chromebook 14, Aluminum, 14-inch Full HD, Intel Celeron Quad-Core N3160, 4GB LPDDR3, 32GB, Chrome, CB3-431-C5FM

December 5, 2016 - Comment

Acer Chromebook 14 CB3-431-C5FM comes with these high level specs: Intel Celeron N3160 Quad-Core Processor 1.6GHz with Intel Burst Technology up to 2.24GHz, Google Chrome Operating System, 14″ Full HD ComfyViewTM Widescreen IPS LED-backlit Display, Intel HD Graphics, 4GB LPDDR3 SDRAM Memory, 32GB Internal Storage, 802.11ac WiFi featuring MIMO technology (Dual-Band 2.4GHz and 5GHz), Bluetooth

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Acer Chromebook 14 CB3-431-C5FM comes with these high level specs: Intel Celeron N3160 Quad-Core Processor 1.6GHz with Intel Burst Technology up to 2.24GHz, Google Chrome Operating System, 14″ Full HD ComfyViewTM Widescreen IPS LED-backlit Display, Intel HD Graphics, 4GB LPDDR3 SDRAM Memory, 32GB Internal Storage, 802.11ac WiFi featuring MIMO technology (Dual-Band 2.4GHz and 5GHz), Bluetooth 4.2, HD Webcam (1280 x 720) with 88 degree wide angle lens supporting High Dynamic Range (HDR), 2 – USB 3.0 Ports, 1 – HDMI Port, 3-Cell Li-Polymer Battery (3950 mAh), Up to 12-hours Battery Life, 3.42 lbs. | 1.55 kg (system unit only) (NX.GC2AA.007)

Product Features

  • Intel Celeron N3160 Quad-Core Processor 1.6GHz (Up to 2.24GHz)
  • 100% Aluminum Chassis
  • 4GB LPDDR3 Onboard SDRAM Memory, 32GB Internal Storage
  • 14″ Full HD IPS Display (1920 x 1080), Intel HD Graphics
  • Google Chrome, Up to 12-hours Battery Life

Comments

Voltron00x says:

Good? Yes. Worth buying? Yes! Perfect? Not exactly… As I write this, the Acer Chromebook 14 is sitting with 13 reviews, all of which are 5 stars… and I do feel a little bit bad here breaking up the perfect game, but after using this Chromebook for a few days, I feel I have an obligation to point out both its strengths and its drawbacks. Even writing that, I can’t say I’m completely surprised by all of the 5 star reviews, as there are a lot of things that this Chromebook gets right. 

James Beswick says:

Finally a beautiful, high-spec’d machine firing on all cylinders for Chromebook powerusers For Chromebook fans, one persistent nagging issue has been the generally under-powered hardware for users who really push their machines – once you have a dozen or so tabs open with a half dozen extensions, many Chromebooks can start to slow down noticeably. Until now, the only option available has been the $1000 Pixel which is a beautiful PC but way beyond the budget for this kind of device. 

Nicholas Sardo says:

One really nice Chromebook I’m a Software Engineer, and wanted a relatively cheap laptop that I could take with me, and at the same time, not have to worry about like I do with my $2000+ Mac Pro book. I do a lot of development in the cloud, and make use of a lot of resources on the net, and so reasoned I didn’t need to cart around a regular laptop. Since I obviously do a lot of typing, I hoped for decent keyboard– and was pleasantly surprised. The keyboard on this unit is actually quite nice. And let’s be real. The…

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