On the occasion of CES in Las Vegas, several manufacturers have announced the upcoming arrival of Chromebooks shipping not Intel processors, but models from AMD. This is the case of the Acer Chromebook 315, expected from 350 euros.
This week is the Consumer Electronic Show (CES), the big electronics show in Las Vegas. The opportunity for manufacturers of televisions, speakers or computers to announce their news for the coming months or for the coming year.
This is the case of Acer. The Taiwanese manufacturer has announced, this Sunday, its new laptop under Chrome OS, the Chromebook 315. It has the distinction of being one of the first laptops to be endowed not with an Intel processor, but d a model from AMD, the A6-9220C or the A4-9120C depending on the configuration chosen.
Desktop and entertainment oriented, the new Acer Chromebook 315 is obviously not a computer designed for the game, but it still has a built-in graphics chip Radeon R5 Graphics or R4 Graphics depending on the selected processor.
Up to 10 hours of announced autonomy
Acer's Chromebook 315 IPS display features a 15.6-inch diagonal that displays 1920 pixels by 1080, while the notebook has 32 or 64 GB of eMMC storage and up to 8 GB of RAM. The battery is supposed to make the Chromebook last for 10 hours thanks to its capacity of 4,670 mAh. Finally, on the side of connectivity, Acer's laptop offers two USB-C 3.1, two USB-A 3.0, a headphone jack and a microSD card reader.
The Acer Chromebook 315 will be released next month in North America, before launching in Europe in April, starting at 349 euros for the base version.
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