Acer Just Launched A New Chromebase AIO PC With 21.5-Inch Touchscreen

Acer has rolled out its latest Acer Chromebase desktop that is based on Google's Chrome operating system. It is the industry's first all-in-one Chrome OS desktop with a touchscreen.

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Acer Just Launched A New Chromebase AIO PC With 21.5-Inch Touchscreen

The Acer Chromebase features a 21.5-inch 1080p full HD display and as the device is VESA-compliant, it offers a flexible 178-degree viewing angle.

It incorporates 10-point touch technology and is powered by the NVIDIA Tegra K1 quad-core processor that keeps the device quiet even when running heavy workloads.

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The desktop has an in-built HD camera and further offers two 3W audio speakers, HDMI output, USB, along with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity option. Acer says that the device boots up in 10 seconds and has multi-layer security in-built with automatic system updates.

Acer Just Launched A New Chromebase AIO PC With 21.5-Inch Touchscreen

There is no word as of now on the built-in storage but, acer has mentioned a complimentary of 100GB of Google Drive storage for the first two years, in its press release.

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The company also claims that the device boots up in just ten seconds and has multiple layers of security as well as support for multiple users to offer a decent computing experience.

Acer Chromebook 13 rivals the Chromebook Pixel. With the Tegra mobile processor it lasts 11 hours on a charge. That runtime can stretch to 13 hours with attention to power management.


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