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||Intel Atom N570
||2 GB (Upgradable)
||16 GB (Upgradable)
The Acer AC700 Chromebook is a Chromebook that is manufacturered by Acer and was released in June of 2011. It is powered by a Intel Atom N570 with 2 GB (Upgradable) of system RAM. The Acer AC700 Chromebook includes 16 GB (Upgradable) of built in storage. The Acer AC700 Chromebook is a discontinued unit that will no longer be able to get future updates from Google. While you may of course to use a discontinued model, your Acer AC700 Chromebook may not get important security updates, there is an inherent security risk that the user must accept if they choose to contiunue to use a model that no longer recieves security updates targeted at the Consumer market.
The Ultimate Chrome OS Guide For The Acer AC700 Chromebook
There are several books available for Chrome OS users however many of them focus on the limitations of Chrome OS, not teach readers how to unlock the full potential of their Chrome OS powered device. The Ultimate Chrome OS Guide for the Acer AC700 Chromebook will provide a comprehensive overview of the Acer AC700 Chromebook and how to get the most out of your purchase.
This book was designed to appeal to readers from all walks of life, it does not matter if this is your first Chrome OS powered device or you are like me and have a quickly growing collection.
I have been technology enthusiast for much of my life and tend to be a early adopter of new and interesting products. I purchased by first Chromebook in 2012, when the operating system was little more than a browser. Chrome OS has come a long way over the past few years to become a operating system that can easily be a daily driver for most. I started to get deep into Chrome OS a few years ago when Google released the Pixelbook which showed off the potential of what the operating system was capable of.
I quickly learned the inner workings of Chrome OS and started writing some of the very first tutorials on how to extend the feature set of Chrome OS and make it do things that would have been unthinkable a few years earlier. My articles and tutorials quickly gained the attention of many reputable tech sites who have either re-published the content or referenced my content in their publications.
You are always free to contact me at Keith@KMyers.me with any questions, comments or feedback regarding this guide.