Acer’s Chromebook C720P – a Great Choice

Posted on 10 March 2014 Tags: Computers, Feature

With the recent proliferation of smartphones and tablets, the popularity of laptops has started to decline somewhat. This situation propelled laptop manufacturers to come up with modern and more convenient options, so as to maintain their existence in today’s highly competitive market. And this led to the creation of chromebooks. These are basically superfast and small-sized computers loaded with a wide diversity of apps.

At present, there are a large number of high-end chromebooks available in the market, one of which is Acer’s latest C720P model. Not only is it extremely powerful, but you can buy it at an affordable price. Here are some reasons that make this chromebook such a fantastic choice:


The C720P is pretty light and sturdy in appearance. This too (like its predecessor) features a simple plastic body and comes with a chiclet-style keyboard. The factor that makes typing so convenient is its shallow keystroke depth. In addition, it’s responsive and moderately-sized track pad makes the overall experience all the more pleasant for you.

Hardware Capacity

The C720P may not be as stylish as other chromebooks, but in terms of performance level it’s a probably the best budget chromebook you’ll come across. It features a dual-core, 1.4GHz Intel Celeron 2955U processor, 2GB of DDR3 RAM and Intel HD Graphics Card (128 MB). So whether it is casual gaming, heavy browsing or running Microsoft applications, you’ll always experience smooth and superfast performance.


One of the notable upgrades of the C720P is in terms of its display size and quality. This model flaunts a beautiful 11.6-inch touchscreen with a display resolution of 1,366×768, which is pretty much the standard for chromebooks.


The C720P is priced at $299.99. Honestly speaking, it is quite difficult to find another chromebook of the same caliber in this price range. It possesses a powerful machine, typing-friendly keyboard, a clear touchscreen along with loads of OS options. In short, it’s the complete package.

Photo courtesy of Acer.

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