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Acer Chromebook R 11 that I looked at a week ago now the 11 this one is 279 so there is a bit of a premium here because you are getting a touchscreen here as well as two-in-one capability so this screen goes back a lot further as you can see and it’ll keep going back actually the hinge goes all the way around to the back here you can turn it into a big tablet if you want weighs about 2.7 pounds or 1.2 to kilograms so a little bit heavier than perhaps you’d like a tablet to be but it’ll work that way if you want you can put it into tent mode you can have it work in what they call display mode here if you want as well and of course you can flip it back into regular laptop mode for the privilege I bought this with my own funds on Amazon no one is paying me to do this review I have no financial relationship with Acer all the opinions you’re about to see are my own and I’m also the only person who saw this video before it was uploaded these are the standard to claim the Slammers I do here on the channel because I think more people on YouTube should be doing them so this sub Chromebook is powered by an Intel Celeron and 3150 at 1.6 gigahertz that is a quad-core processor it is similar to the processors we’re seeing in a lot of other low-cost notebooks out there mostly running on the Windows platform but those run with an N 3050 which is a dual-core processor this one is quad core it does a little bit better in some areas that the other chips don’t however it’s still not as good as I’d like it to be and in fact the cheaper Chromebook 11 actually performs better on paper than this one does which is rather interesting so you’ll see some benchmarks results in a few minutes on that two gigabytes of RAM I believe there is a four gigabyte version as well 32 gigabytes of internal storage the display is 11.6 inches like their other Chromebook also it’s an IPS display like that other Chromebook is as well but this one is a little bit glossy here because of the touch screen so it’s a little shinier than the other one is if you don’t like shiny screens the less expensive Chromebook might be the better one for you but like the other one IPS display very sharp and it looks very very nice the viewing though aren’t as good as I’ve seen on other IPS display so it does darken up quite a bit when you go off-center on it so if you want to look at it at angle probably not the best display for that but that’s also an issue with that other less expensive Acer Chromebook 11 – with the IPS display but it really does look nice when you’re dead on with it.
I do wish it was a little bit brighter though but otherwise it is pretty decent there for ports we have pretty much the same ports we had on the other one HDMI your power goes in here USB 3.0 a SD card slot and like the other one it goes flush to the side of the computer so if you want to augment its storage that card can live in there all the time because it goes all the way in which is nice so good to see a full-size SD card slot on there on the other side you got your power button over here your headphone microphone Jack there USB 2.0 as well as a Kensington lock to lock it down on a table the case is mostly plastic you should look at also at my Asus Chromebook flip review because that one costs about what this one costs also a two-in-one also an IPS display but that one’s made out of metal this one is mostly plastic except that you have an aluminum plate here on the top to protect the screen a little bit and like the other Acer Chromebook it’s got a nice textured back here to allow it to be pretty easy to carry around with you the speakers are on the bottom and like the other Acer Chromebook they don’t sound all that great they’re kind of tinny but they do work and they sound differently depending on what mode you have it in if it’s down the desk they’ll obviously bounce into the desk here and sound different depending on the surface that they’re on when it’s in the other mode they’ll be a little bit louder because the speaker’s will be facing upward when you’re in like this mode here versus facing downward into a desk when you’re on the surface of a desk there there’s a little webcam here on the top nothing spectacular but good enough for doing Google Hangouts and that sort of stuff the keyboard is your standard Chromebook keyboard Google actually sanctions the size of these keys types very nicely a really good travel time travel distance to the keys here so it does feel very nice to type on good high quality keyboard not crazy about the trackpad though it’s very spongy you really have to push it in kind of hard to get a click to register so there is a lot of travel to the touchpad more than I would like normally so the touchpad is not so great same one though on the less expensive Chromebook and I wasn’t crazy about that one either so there you go so pretty much this device you’ll see in a minute that it doesn’t perform as well as the less expensive Chromebook but again you get that touchscreen functionality as well as the two-in-one capability to so let’s now take a look and see how it performs against that other Chromebook so before we get into some of its performance benchmarks I want to show you how chrome OS works when it’s in its touch screen mode so when you have the keyboard out like so it’ll function like any laptop would you have overlapping windows you can resize and move around and stuff but when you flip the keyboard around those two windows become one essentially so we only have a single window here at the moment and if we want to get to the other one we can slide up the little taskbar here at the bottom so you can push it up to get rid of it and also push it up to get it back would make more sense for you to push it down but that’s what they do here and if I tap on this little icon here I can switch back and forth between different windows so that is how you get around in Chrome OS when you have the keyboard essentially put away or you’re in that tablet mode has a very nice on-screen keyboard also so let me pull up Google here and we’ll just type in the New York Times and go to our usual website to test things out.