Acer Chromebook R 11 Convertible, 11.6-Inch HD Touch, Intel Celeron N3150, 4GB DDR3L, 32GB, Chrome, CB5-132T-C1LK
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Acer Chromebook R11 CB5-132T-C1LK comes with these high level specs: Intel Celeron N3150 Quad-Core Processor 1.6GHz with Intel Burst Technology up to 2.08GHz, Chrome, 11.6" HD Widescreen LED-backlit Display (1366x768 resolution; 16:9 aspect ratio), Multi-touch screen, supporting 10 finger touch, Intel HD Graphics, 4GB DDR3L Memory, 32GB internal storage, Secure Digital (SD) card reader, 802.11ac WiFi featuring MIMO technology (Dual-Band 2.4GHz and 5GHz), Bluetooth 4.0, Built-In HD Webcam, 1 - USB 3.0 Port, 1 - USB 2.0 Port, 1 - HDMI Port, 3-cell Li-ion Battery (3220 mAh), Up to 10-hours Battery Life, 2.76 lbs. | 1.25 kg (system unit only) (NX.G54AA.002)
- Amazon Sales Rank: #24 in Personal Computers
- Size: 4GB RAM, 32GB
- Color: Convertible
- Brand: Acer
- Model: CB5-132T-C1LK
- Aspect ratio: 16:9
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: .76" h x 11.57" w x 8.03" l, 2.76 pounds
- CPU: Intel Celeron 1.6 GHz
- Memory: 4GB Unknown
- Hard Disk: 32GB
- Graphics: Integrated
- Processors: 1
- Battery type: Lithium Ion
- Display size: 11.6
- Intel Celeron N3150 Quad-Core Processor 1.6GHz with Intel Burst Technology up to 2.08GHz
- 11.6" HD Widescreen LED-backlit Display, Multi-touch screen, supporting 10 finger touch
- 4GB DDR3L Onboard Memory, 32GB Internal Storage
- Up to 10-hours Battery Life
- Operating System - Chrome OSTM,Graphics : Intel® HD Graphics,DDR3L Shared graphics memory, Connectivity : 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless LAN
Most helpful customer reviews
116 of 121 people found the following review helpful.
This is what I came to the future for
By Amazon Customer
I've been EXTREMELY impressed by this device. I was initially a little nervous as the system was somewhat glitchy for the first couple of weeks, seemed to be a problem with the Chrome OS because it was fixed by the next update. I previously had an Acer Chromebook c720 which I LOVED--had it for 3 1/2 years and traveled with it all over the world before the keyboard finally died. Here are my favorite things about the R11:
-Touchscreen: hey, it's not an iPad, but it works great for what I need it to do (reading and annotating e-books and pdfs through Amazon Kindle and a great app called Xodo). If you're an artist, probably not responsive enough, but if you just want to play games and underline the occasional text, this is awesome.
-360 degree rotation: LOVE the ability to watch movies in tent mode, turn it into a (slightly heavy, thick) tablet. Switching back and forth is seamless once you get used to it. I was super worried that touching the keyboard when it was in tablet mode would cause it to switch back to laptop mode, but it looks like once you move the screen back past like 180 degrees, it goes into full touchscreen. Took a week or so to get used to, but love it now. Screen stays in whatever position you put it solidly enough to use the touchscreen.
Processor: I currently have 4 windows with a total of 18 tabs open. I streamed an HD movie on Netflix with all those open, no pauses or buffering. Unreal.
Battery: SOLID. Seems to have a slightly shorter life than my Acer c720 (which literally went for days), but probably because of the aforementioned dozens of tabs and Netflix. The promised 8-9 hours definitely holds true, and will last longer if brightness is turned down/you're only web browsing, etc.
Price. I mean, come on $300 is unbeatable if what you want is email, Netflix, and books. I feel like I have a tablet and super mobile laptop rolled into one.
- speakers are a little tinny (though the volume is AWESOME) and it's not possible to customize the equalizer on the Chrome OS right now :(
- though it's a super light laptop, the chromebook is a little heavy as a tablet, not super practical for holding, but if it's resting on something, it's golden. I mean, if you want a true tablet, buy a true tablet--this did honestly keep me from investing in a kindle as I was planning to.
Overall: I'm super happy with this product. So far, I feel like my expectations have been not only met, but exceeded. If you purchase this product, go into it with realistic expectations and patience getting familiar with the setup and you'll probably love it, too! :)
31 of 31 people found the following review helpful.
Bye bye Windows!
By Amazon Customer
Well, I have to say, I’m fairly impressed with my new Chrome Flipbook! My trusty Windows 7 laptop was on its last leg and I opted to try something new. It’s a tablet and a laptop and now most of the Android apps work on Chrome. So now you can find just about any functionality that you’re used to in Windows. The only drawback is that it only comes with 32 GB of hard drive. However, it comes with 100 GB of free Google Drive online storage. And you can plug in an SD card or external drive to if you need to. Configuring the printer was a little tricky but not bad. And the Blue Mail email app handles my multiple emails from multiple domains. It’s cheaper than most laptops. AND THE BATTERY LIFE! I’ve used it for 3 days and still haven’t plugged it in!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful.
Once you go Chrome, you never go back
My expectations for this computer were completely blown away. I thought I was compromising speed and ease of use for a cheap price, but I actually prefer this computer to Mac or Windows. Everything is so easy to use and very fast. All of the apps that I regularly use are at my fingertips and a surprisingly large amount of apps are available on the Play store. Everything between my Android phone and laptop syncs effortlessly. (I can even unlock my laptop using the fingerprint reader on my phone.) The screen is great. The sound is decent. The mousepad and touch screen are not precision instruments, but I have yet to misclick because of them. The RAM is sufficient. The battery is awesome. Honestly, I don't have a single complaint so far.
Now, given, I'm not doing any heavy computing. I'm just remote-desktoping into my work computer via Citrix, streaming music, browsing the internet, email, document editing, and productivity tools. In addition, the hard drive is only about 24 GB of usable space. For photo editing and gaming, I will still have to pull out my old 12-pound Macbook Pro. But for everything else, I have this Chromebook which cost 1/4 the price.