The first thing you’ll notice about the Acer Chromebook 14, which launched in September, is that it looks more like a laptop than a tablet.
While that’s a shame because its big, thick screen is also one of the best in the business, the Acer 14 Chromebook is surprisingly light.
At only 5.6 pounds, it’s the lightest 13-inch laptop you can buy today.
And it packs a solid processor and a solid graphics card.
The Chromebook 14 has a 5.1-inch IPS display, a 1366 x 768 resolution, and runs Android 5.0 Lollipop.
But that’s only the start.
Acer’s got a whole bunch of extra features, too.
For starters, it has a built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and USB Type-C port.
It also comes with a USB-C to USB Type C cable, which you can plug into any USB port, including Thunderbolt 3.
The Acer Chromebook is also the first Chromebook to come with a built in Bluetooth 4.0 LE.
That’s a huge upgrade over previous Chromebooks.
The other big upgrade is the Chromebook 14’s battery life.
It lasts for an average of 2.8 hours and has a capacity of 128GB.
You can also upgrade it to a battery that’s as powerful as a 13.3-inch MacBook Pro or a 13-incher with a full-size battery.
Acer says the Chromebook has a “very long battery life” that’s more than five times longer than its competitors, including Dell’s Chromebook 13, HP’s Chromebook 15, and the new Asus Chromebook C720.
And its battery life is impressive, too: Acer claims it can last up to 10 hours of browsing, 7 hours of video playback, and 7 hours on YouTube.
The keyboard has been upgraded too.
Now it has an LED backlit keyboard with more space than ever before for a Chromebook.
And for a good reason: Acer has done some really impressive keyboard customization in the past, including adding two extra key switches, a more traditional backlighting, and an option for a “keyless” configuration.
This means the keyboard is more comfortable to type on, and can be configured to automatically open with the power button.
And, of course, you can change the keyboard backlighting on the fly.
You’ll also get a more powerful, customisable display.
The display comes in three different levels: IPS, TN, and Super AMOLED.
Acer calls the display “ultra-bright” and says it’s a “slim, premium IPS display.”
The IPS panel is an extremely thin and light.
It has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, which is about 2.1 million pixels per inch.
The Super AMO panel is even thinner and lighter.
It’s 2.3 million pixels, but Acer says that’s “less than one percent of the pixels on a normal AMOLO panel.”
The Acer 14 has the fastest touchpad you can get, which works with Google’s Android 7.0 Nougat and the Pixel Launcher, as well as Windows Hello and the Chrome Web browser.
The touchpad is extremely responsive.
It responds fast enough to feel like a real keyboard.
The buttons feel good.
There’s a button for a full keyboard, and a backlit home and end buttons.
There are two capacitive keys, one on each side of the keyboard.
You get three physical keys, too, which are the home, power, and volume keys.
The keys are very smooth and responsive.
The power button is located just above the power key, and it’s really nice to press.
The only downside to the Acer laptop is its lack of a battery life indicator.
There isn’t one, but the Acer has a 10-day battery life, which means you’ll only get around 10 hours out of the Chromebook if you don’t use it for a while.
But Acer says you can easily upgrade your battery by replacing the battery with an external one that can charge your phone or other devices.
Acer Chromebook 13 review The Acer Acer Chromebook 11, which has a 4K display, is one of Acer’s best laptops.
It was also one for which the Acer made a big deal, as it sold out before its October 25th release date.
The 11 was designed with the new, thinner, lighter, and faster Ultrabook class in mind.
The laptop is the first model to come in the new Chromebook line, but it’s not the only one.
Acer also announced its first Chromebook laptop that’s not in the Ultrabooks line.
Acer has named the Acer CX 13, after the CX line of laptops that started in 2007, and has made it available only to those who purchased the Acer Acer C14 Chromebook last fall.
Acer will start selling the Acer X 13 on October 22nd for $499.99.
The CX is just the first Acer Chromebook