Chromebooks are incredibly popular computers, thanks to their low cost, excellent battery level and their efficient operating system. Today we’re looking at a model aimed at students, the Acer Chromebook 11 N7. It has a rugged design that meets military standards, twelve hours of battery life and an IPS touch screen. Let’s see whether it’s worth its $229 / £279 asking price!Hardware & Specifications
The Chromebook 11 N7 has a mid-range spec sheet, with an entry-level processor backed with moderate amounts of RAM and flash storage. The 11.6-inch touchscreen lacks resolution at 768p, but its IPS technology allows for wide viewing angles and relatively [...]
The Toshiba H200 is a hybrid drive, promising the best of both worlds: fast boot times and capacious storage. We reckon it’s a noticeable upgrade over a traditional HDD at a fraction of the cost of an SSD, so take a look!
Sandisk is one of the best known names when it comes to flash memory, and their latest drive is the Z410. This drive is intended for enterprise use, as a cost-effective upgrade from older SSDs or mechanical drives. Thanks to Zoostorm and Sandisk, we’re able to put it to the test!
This weekend we took to the streets of Dublin to try out the latest gadgets from Acer in the #AcerLiveBlog challenge. First we reviewed their Iconia One 8 tablet, and now we’re looking at the Aspire Switch 10 E convertible in part two. Let’s get right into it!
I was incredibly impressed with the original Aorus X7 upon its release; the laptop packed an impressive amount of gaming horsepower into a dramatically thin 17-inch frame. Now the second version is here, with upgraded Intel processors and Nvidia graphics cards… and a few other nice changes that I’ve highlighted in the spec sheet below. Let’s see how it compares to the previous generation!