Both Spin 512 and Spin 511 Chromebooks will support Google Play at launch. The Spin 512 will be available in North America in April and Europe, the Middle East and Africa in March, with prices starting from $ 430 and € 399, respectively. The Spin 511 will be available simultaneously with prices starting at $ 399 and € 369.
In addition to the new Spin convertible devices, Acer has also introduced 2021 versions of two 11-inch Chromebook laptops. The new Acer Chromebook 511 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c processor, has LTE connectivity and can last up to 20 hours between charges. Meanwhile, the new Acer Chromebook 311 is powered by a MediaTek MT8183 processor, can last for 20 hours, has an HDR webcam and can be upgraded with an optional touch screen.
Both models support Google Play apps and are also made to be durable, with proven keys that are easy to remove and replace. Both will be available for purchase in North America in April, and Europe, the Middle East and Africa by March. Chromebook 511 prices start at $ 400 in the NA and € 399 in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, while the Chromebook will return 311 buyers to no less than $ 300 in the NA and € 269 in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Finally, Acer introduced a new Windows TravelMate Spin B3 laptop for education. It’s also switchable like the other entries in the Spin lineup, with WiFi 6 connectivity and a 5MP webcam on its touchscreen. The new TravelMate Spin is powered by the latest Intel Pentium Silver models (the chipmaker’s low-power microprocessor kit) and can last up to 12 hours between charges. Designed with military-grade durability, buyers can choose to have it with LTE connectivity and / or with a Wacom pen. The device will be launched in North America in April with prices starting at $ 330, in Europe, the Middle East and Africa regions sometime in the second quarter for at least 409 euros and in China by February for at least 2,499 yuan.
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