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Acer's Core i3 Chromebook C720 Reivewed
« on: August 10, 2014, 09:09:18 PM »
Chromebooks are immediately attractive to consumers for one reason: price. I purchased a Samsung chromebook that set me back $209 on sale and it is pretty solid - albeit a little underpowered. That was the case with many first-generation chromebooks that hit the market and now Acer (and others) are planning on changing that. The C720 is a Core i3 system that offers better battery life, more multitasking capability and a bigger price tag. At $350, there may be better laptop solutions available though. Check the review link below to see if it's worth the price.

   Whether rightly or wrongly, Chromebooks have earned a reputation for being the new netbooks. Slowly, though, things are starting to change. The designs are starting to feel less cheap -- at least if you're Samsung. Battery life is getting longer, sometimes even better than on full-fledged laptops. And now, performance is getting stronger, too.Source: Engadget

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