The Chromebook space is getting crowded, but Acer thinks its quartet of new Chrome OS notebooks can still stand out, particularly its industry-first 17-inch model. Spanning prices from just $269.99 through to $699.99, the new 2021 Chromebooks also embrace the high-end, with some models getting Intel Evo verification and Thunderbolt 4 connectivity.
Acer Chromebook 317: For big screen fans
The largest-screen Chrome OS notebook we’ve seen so far, the Chromebook 317 is also surprisingly affordable despite its bigger display.
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