Very unimpressed about this model, it is actually a step backwards because it has only 2GB ram, while the other model has 4GB. Is there even a SD card reader with this model. Apart from that, everything else is the same as before. So you save $50 for a slower machine.
Well...yeah, I mean that's the idea. You pay a little less for slightly reduced specs. That's how every product line works, always. However, 1) yes, it has 2GB of RAM instead of 4GB, but I don't think that's a huge deal for a machine running a seriously lightweight OS, and 2) either way, Acer broke the $200 price point, which is a huge deal.
Google Docs works offline, too. That stupid video of Microsoft making fun of the Chromebook was so incorrect. As long as you dont need to play games or edit pictures(other than add filters), the Chromebook does everything.
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