Acer has been the company that introduced the 15.6 inch display Chromebook to us, a size that has since become quite popular and the company has continued to push the boundaries of that Chromebooks are and how they present themselves.
With CES already rolling out, Acer has brought out another addition to its Chromebook line up – the Chromebook 15 that features an AMD chip under the hood, instead of the usual Ryzen.
The laptop comes with the AMD A6-9220C or the A4-9120C processors with Radeon graphics. The A6-9220C APU is a dual-core processor with a 1.8GHz base that features Excavator cores built on 28nm, with Radeon R5 graphics.
Meanwhile, the AMD A4-9120C has 1.6/2.4GHz and Radeon 5 graphics.
It has a 1366×768 TN, or a 1920×1080 IPS display, and can come in either 4 or 8GB of DDR4 RAM and with 32GB or 64GB of eMMC storage.
According to Acer, the laptop can offer around 10 hours worth of battery life.
Keep in mind that the laptop features low-end parts, so the pricing for it starts at $279.99, which, overall, is a pretty good deal. The laptop will become available in February.