This is not a detailed review, I am not a laptop reviewer, just a guy that is happy with his purchase. I recently bought a cheap 11" Acer Chromebook as a secondary travel device (yes I still go to work...) and I just want to share some of my thoughts in case anyone else was thinking of picking one of these up.
There are currently two 11" Chromebooks for $169 at Walmart with very similar specs. Sometimes they bounce up to $250 but they have always come back down to $169 within a day or two so don't overpay. The first is the 11" Lenovo https://cinemahd.to/ Chromebook 3 that is actually very well-reviewed and is the one I was thinking of buying.Both of these little laptops are running ChromeOS on a 2C/2T Celeron N4020 with 4GB RAM and 32GB eMMC storage (with micro SD card slot for extra space), and they both have Google Auto Update support until June 2026. There's nothing special about these specs except the laptops are just so dang cheap at $169...They both have the same port selection and similar keyboard and trackpad. The main difference is that, based on laptopmedia, the Acer has an IPS panel and the Lenovo has a TN that many of the reviews out there say is the only downside to the little Lenovo Chromebook.I bought both the Acer and Lenovo to see which one I liked better and returned the one I didn't like (#COVIDshopping). The Lenovo was a safe bet since YouTubers I trusted endorsed it, and the Acer was a wild-card because I really had no idea if the Walmart listing was right or not. The Lenovo was exactly what everyone said it was and the Acer specs actually matched exactly what Walmart listed it as based on chrome system details. I'm pretty sure the Acer has an IPS panel. The colors and viewing angles are way better than the Lenovo. For $169 getting an IPS panel is pretty awesome. In terms of color accuracy and brightness, I'd say it's on par with my Thinkpad E570 so around 250nits and 50% sRGB. Both laptops have decent build quality and keyboards and are great to use. I like the keyboards on these Chromebooks more than my wife's 2020 MBA, but not quite as much as my Thinkpad E570. I ended up returning the Lenovo because that TN panel is just bad. I mean it's usable and I would totally buy it if this Acer CB311 didn't exist, but having IPS is just so nice.I've played around with this Acer for the past two weeks and I'll share some rough performance metrics for anyone interested. First, was my normal day to day workload. Two tabs for gmail and outlook, one tab for spotify, a few tabs for science papers, and a google doc. And also playing old school runescape via the android app in the background. This laptop handles these tasks just fine with very little lag or stuttering. I don't have a battery test, but I charge this laptop about every other day so I get probably 8-10 hours of battery at 75% brightness doing the tasks I listed above. This laptop also handles 4K video on YouTube (the screen is only 768p) if you want to hook it up to a TV or monitor. And it does Zoom and Teams calls just fine. The camera and mic are very mediocre like many laptops, but totally serviceable especially for $169.
14. 10. 2021 6:54
Zdravím, je tedy úhlopříčka 11,6, nebo 13,5 "?
V popisu vidím obě hodnoty.
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Acer Chromebook 311 (CB311-11HT), stříbrná Garance bleskového servisu s Acerem + Servisní pohotovost – vylepšený servis PC a NTB ZDARMA
Acer Chromebook 311 (CB311-11HT), stříbrná
Garance bleskového servisu s Acerem Servisní pohotovost – vylepšený servis PC a NTB ZDARMA
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