Acer introduced another upgraded variant of its Chromebook C720 in US. The new Chromebook is powered by an Intel’s 4th gen Core i3-40005U processor instead of the Intel Celeron processor.
The new Chromebook C720 would be available in two variants one (C720-3404) with 4GB of RAM that would cost $379.99, other (C720-3871) with 2GB of RAM and would cost $349.99. These laptops will be particularly preferred by families and students because of the boost in performance and battery life.
Eric Ackerson, senior product marketing and brand manager, Acer America said “his is an incredibly exciting time to be a leader in the Chromebook market, since customers are responding with tremendous enthusiasm for the product’s performance, capabilities and value. We’ve been breaking new ground with our Chromebooks since 2011, and our new Intel Core i3 model will deliver more of what our customers love about our Chromebooks, including excellent performance and all-day battery life”
Other specification are likely to be same which includes, an 11.6-inch HD display with a 1366×768 resolution, 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, HD webcam, microphone, HDMI port, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports.
These models will be available this month at retailers in North America. However, there is no word on its global availability.