Acer’s new $350 Chromebook is the MacBook Air successor we all need
Apple has stubbornly refused to update the MacBook Air in any meaningful way for the last three years, leaving us with an "entry-level" $999 laptop with a woefully outdated screen and body design. If you're thinking about buying one, it's probably because you need an affordable computer with great battery life, enough power to handle documents and web browsing, and a body thin enough to slip into a laptop bag.
Unfortunately for Apple, that perfectly describes Acer's new Chromebook Spin 11 convertible. Acer's new Chromebook hits all those points, but it does it for $350, rather than $999.
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