Acer Chromebook 11 X360 Review
An addition to Acer’s line up of Laptops, the Acer Chromebook 11 X360 sits as part of their Chromebook family. We’ve identified the single variation of this model. There’s a very limited choice for colour, with only the Black colour option of colour available for the Acer Chromebook 11 X360.
The Acer Chromebook X360 has the Intel Celeron processor, at a processor frequency of 1.10 GHz, and 2.2GHz of maximum boostable processor frequency.
The LPDDR4-SDRAM On-board memory offers up to 4GB RAM that you can configure.
There’s a high-definition led backlit 11.6 inch screen on offer that we have information on, and a panel of IPS being inside. The display is offered with just the single display resolution of 1366×768 pixel. This model has 11.6 inch touch display.
The Acer X360 only has the onboard graphics as it does not have a discrete video card. A maximum video ram of 4 GB is usable by the onboard graphics.
A maximum of 32 GB of storage is on configurations for the Acer Chromebook 11 X360, with the maximum storage being available through the use of eMMC harddrive types. MicroSD (TransFlash) cards are also accepted, so you’ll be able to use them as required.
The top standard of wifi that is available for the model is Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac). Bluetooth is available with this Laptop.
You’ll find a 3-cell Lithium Polymer (LiPo) battery in the Acer Chromebook 11 X360.
It hits 1.35 kgs on the scales, so check this weight will work for you. Taking a look at the sizing, the height sits at 21.3 mm, with a width of 302 mm and a depth of 209 mm.
- Intel Celeron
- 4 GB RAM
- 11.6 inch Touchscreen
- 32 GB eMMC
- 1 Year Warranty