Acer Releases The First Chrome OS Tablet

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  1. Primes

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    Acer has released the first Chrome OS tablet, officially named the "Acer Chromebook Tab 10".
    (Development code name: Scarlet)

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    Display: 9.7-inch IPS (2048×1536)
    Processor: OP1 dual-core Cortex-A72 and quad-core Cortex-A53
    Memory: 4GB LPDDR3
    Storage: 32GB eMMC with Micro SD slot for expansion
    Connectivity: 2×2 MIMO 802.11ac WIFI, Bluetooth 4.1
    Stylus: Included Wacom EMR pen (garaged)
    Camera: Front-facing 2MP, rear-facing 5MP
    Ports: Single USB-C 3.1
    Audio: Dual speakers with headphone jack
    Battery: 34Wh – up to 9 hours
    Weight: 1.21 lbs. (550 grams)
    Dimensions: 6.78(W) x 9.38(D) x 0.39(H) inches [172.2(W) x 238.2(D) x 9.98(H) mm]

    According to Acer, the Chromebook Tab will be available in the US in April and EMEA in May. The US price will be $329 at launch and €329 (including VAT).

    In a blog post, Google is calling it a education focused tablet.
     
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