Acer Chromebook 11 Review

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Acer Chromebook 11

Acer Chromebook 11 Overview

The Acer Chromebook 11 is the perfect balance of form and function. It has a long-lasting battery, lightweight construction for portability, reliable performance to get your work done in an instant without any hiccups or delays – all at only $179!

This is a great deal for any tech lover who wants the latest and greatest. This Acer Chromebook 11 will cost you less than $150 with Amazon Prime Day 2020 rapidly approaching, which means that it could be worth even more when prices go down again!


The Acer Chromebook 11 has a beautiful white exterior decorated with a micro-diamond pattern etched into its cover for extra grip. It really pops on any non-white surface, especially against the backdrop of an elegant metal hinge that stands out in relief when you look up close–it’s refreshing to see something so simple but looks stunning at first glance! The case still feels cheap though; plastic can never match glass or aluminum without being shinier than heck (and nobody wants their computer just looking good all day long). Once again we’re left wishing there were more power inside this sleek little laptop — 16GB RAM seems like insufficient memory these days 😉

The Acer’s 11.6-inch matte screen provides wide viewing angles and no noticeable glare, making it ideal for both indoor and outdoor settings while also being great in web pages or videos when streaming from your device. It comes equipped with a single USB 3 port as well as one USB 2 slot along with an SD card reader among other features such as an HDMI jack!


The compact Chromebook keyboard is a little different from what you’re used to, but most of the time it’s just enough. The lack of backlit keys can be an issue if trying to use your computer at night while watching videos or reading on websites with less light available for viewing purposes only! Performance goes down sometimes when browsing YouTube and having other tabs open like email & music sites; 32GB storage max isn’t enough either since there are many apps that require more memory than 2GB provides (such as google play).

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I was expecting the audio experience to be mediocre at best, but I found that with some adjustments on my part it is actually quite good. The downward-facing speakers are more powerful than you might think and they’re able to give off an adequate sound without being too overwhelming when listening from soft surfaces like your lap or sofa; however, if placed atop hard flat ground (which most laptops should do anyway), these same drivers will bounce out any bass frequencies for better fidelity–making them perfect downstairs in the living room while watching TV together after dinner!


Acer Chromebook 11