Acer’s all-in-one desktop computer with Chrome OS is now available in the US.

The Acer Chromebase looks like a computer monitor, but it’s more than just a display. The system also has an NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage, enabling it to run Google’s Chrome browser-based operating system,

Acer unveiled its first Chromebase in June, and now it’s available from Amazon and other stores forr $330 and up.

acer chromebase

Why the “and up?” Because there are two versions of the Acer Chromebase. The cheaper model has a 21.5 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel display. Pay an extra $100 an you can get a version with a full HD 10-point touchscreen display instead (that link goes to CDW, which is selling the touchscreen model for $10 less than Amazon at the moment).

Both models features 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, Two USB 2.0 ports, one USB 3.0 port, Ethernet, stereo 3 watt speakers, audio jacks, a webcam, and HDMI ports. The system comes with a USB mouse and keyboard.

via Productorienter


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One reply on “Acer Chromebase all-in-one desktop now available for $330”

  1. Love me some ChromeOS but this is overpriced. If the touch screen model was $330 then OK. As is I can buy a more powerful Chromebox for under $200 and add a larger monitor to it and still be under $330 all day long.
    That ignores the keyboard and mouse but come on.
    I’m kind of liking the idea of a large touch-screen ChromeOS device though. Might be nice on the wall in the ktichen. Especially with the new touch features just introduced with the flip convertible.

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