Acer Chromebook 2 is an affordable, entry-level Chromebook that has been making its way around the web for a while now.
It’s available for $149.99, but its pricing is only for the 64GB version of the Chromebook.
The 32GB version costs $249.99.
We tested the 32GB model, and it was very close to the Chromebook 2 on the benchmarks page, with a score of 10,914.
It comes in two color options, Black and White.
The screen on the 32G model was 1080p and had a refresh rate of 60Hz.
The 128GB model is 1440p and has a refresh speed of 120Hz.
Both are 720p.
Both devices are powered by the Intel Atom N3420 processor.
The Chromebook 3, on the other hand, is powered by an ARM Mali-400 quad-core processor and comes in four different color options.
The 16GB model costs $299.99 and the 64G model costs just $329.99 (the 32GB and 64GB models come in different colors, so you can see which model you want if you’re not sure).
Both models come with 4GB of RAM, a 13.3-inch display, a 256GB SSD, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi.
The Acer Chromebooks are available in three different colors: Black, White, and Red.
Black is the cheapest option, while White and Red are the most expensive options.
Black models have a matte black finish, while the White models are more polished.
The Chromebook 3 is available in Black, Red, and Blue, with the latter three colors having a matte finish.
The 64GB model comes with the same matte finish as the 32g model, but the display is a 4K IPS panel.
The price of the 32 and 64G Chromebooks is $299 and $499, respectively.
The prices for the Chromebook 3 are $449 and $699.