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Acer C720P Chromebook (11.6-Inch Touchscreen, 2GB) Moonstone White

Acer C720P Chromebook (11.6-Inch Touchscreen, 2GB) Moonstone White Deatails

Product Description Acer C720P-2600 Touchscreen Chromebook comes with these high level specs: Intel Celeron Processor 2995U, Google Chrome Operating System, 11.6′ HD (1366 x 768) Widescreen Anti-Glare LED-backlit Display, Multi-touch screen, supporting 10-finger touch, Intel HD Graphics with 128MB of dedicated system memory, 2048MB DDR3L SDRAM Memory, 32GB SSD Drive, Secure Digital (SD) Card, 802.11a/b/g/n Wireless LAN, Bluetooth 4.0, Built-In HD Webcam, 1 – USB 3.0 Port, 1 – USB 2.0 Port, 1 – HDMI Port, 3-Cell Li-Polymer Battery (3950 mAh), Up to 7.5-hours Battery Life, 2.98 lbs. 1.35 kg (system unit only) Amazon.com Product information Technical Details Collapse all Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM Screen Size 11.6 inches Screen Resolution 1366 x 768 Max Screen Resolution 1366×768 Processor 1.4 GHz Intel Celeron RAM 2 GB DDR3L SDRAM Hard Drive 32 GB flash_memory_solid_state Graphics Coprocessor Intel HD Graphics Chipset Brand intel Card Description Integrated Graphics Card Ram Size 128 MB Wireless Type 802.11bgn Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1 Number of USB 3.0 Ports 1 Average Battery Life (in hours) 7.5 hours Other Technical Details Brand Name Acer Series C720P Item model number C720P-2600 Hardware Platform PC Operating System Chrome Item Weight 2.98 pounds Product Dimensions 11.3 x 8 x 0.8 inches Item Dimensions L x W x H 11.34 x 8.03 x 0.78 inches Color Moonstone White Processor Brand Intel Processor Count 2 Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM Flash Memory Size 32 Hard Drive Interface Solid State Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included) Technical Specification User Manual [pdf ] Warranty [pdf ] Additional Information ASIN B00H7WF22K Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 420 customer reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars Best Sellers Rank #3,797 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100) #751 in Computers & Accessories > Laptops > Traditional Laptops Shipping Weight 4.65 pounds Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues. International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More Date First Available January 27, 2014 Warranty & Support Amazon.com Return Policy: You may return any new computer purchased from Amazon.com that is ‘dead on arrival,’ arrives in damaged condition, or is still in unopened boxes, for a full refund within 30 days of purchase. Amazon.com reserves the right to test ‘dead on arrival’ returns and impose a customer fee equal to 15 percent of the product sales price if the customer misrepresents the condition of the product. Any returned computer that is damaged through customer misuse, is missing parts, or is in unsellable condition due to customer tampering will result in the customer being charged a higher restocking fee based on the condition of the product. Amazon.com will not accept returns of any desktop or notebook computer more than 30 days after you receive the shipment. New, used, and refurbished products purchased from Marketplace vendors are subject to the returns policy of the individual vendor. Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF ] Feedback If you are a seller for this product, would you like to ? Would you like to ? 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Please try again later.Joseph5.0 out of 5 stars5 Star Computer Because of the Price – StudentFebruary 5, 2014Verified PurchaseI initially tried out the HP Chromebook 11 but did not like it and my parents have the older Samsung Chromebook so this review will talk a little bit about why I like this one the best and different features of this laptop. Like the title says, this is, in my opinion, a 5 star device because of the ‘bang for the buck’ you get with this device. This device is new so the prices have been crazy recently and way over what this should be listed for. It is supposed to be $299.99 and if the price is over that, wait until it gets fixed. The prices are going back and forth right now for some reason until more stock is acquired I assume.Update: Tips/Tricks section added to bottom.I am a college student and I think this device or any other Chromebook makes for an excellent 2nd laptop and that is what this is for me. I have a much more powerful laptop with 17 inch screen and i7 processor for my computer programming projects or anything (I am a Business Information Systems/Technology major) more serious where something must be installed or something. I also use my main computer for campus printing as it is what I am already familiar with.Let me start with the ‘criticisms’ that some people may discuss or may want to know before buying: Screen and speakers then I will go into the rest of the device.Screen: It is a TOUCHSCREEN. This screen is not quite as good visually as the HP 11 if I am being honest. The HP 11’s screen is actually really good especially for a Chromebook but this screen looks just fine still. One thing I have noticed after using this for a bit is that the ‘viewing angles’ are not so great. I personally do not foresee this being any issue because this is not going to be a laptop for watching movies or anything like that. When looking straight at the screen or from the sides, there is not much issue but going far up or far down, colors begin to become distorted.This particular model features a touchscreen and that works MUCH better than I expected. The screen feels very solid like glass. There has been no flexing or anything of the screen and the touch is really awesome. You can swipe from the left side of the screen towards the right to go ‘back’ in your browser to your previous page and very cool things like that with it. The touchscreen is one of the major things that got me to go with this computer. You can do so much with the touchscreen which I really like and was wondering about before I bought this. I was afraid it would be very limited but it actually does a lot more than I expected such as the example I gave about being able to swipe across the screen to go back to your last webpage. The touchscreen is extremely accurate just like an iPhone or tablet should be. Scrolling down pages with the touch is very smooth and accurate and if you release your touch, the screen will glide down. Pushing the tiny ‘x’ button on a Chrome browser tab is actually pretty easy and you get more used to it. The screen is very quick and responsive. The screen hinge offers some resistance so that when you tap the screen, it does not fall backwards on you and I will detail this more under the Frame/Body section towards the bottom.Speakers: This is the only other thing I know of so far that one could ask to be better. The speakers are located on the bottom of the device. They still seem to play partially through the keyboard – though they are on the bottom so it is mostly coming from the bottom. This won’t give you the most ideal sound experience but it isn’t bad and if you are buying this to mostly listen to music, you might want to consider an iPhone or mp3 player instead of a Chromebook. I use headphones most of the time anyways. I just did a side-by-side comparison to my 17 inch i7 laptop and the headphone sound is the same. I swear with the HP 11, even the headphone sound was of lower quality than that of my much more expensive i7 laptop and I am not sure why.Keyboard: The keyboard is great for a $300 device with all the features this laptop has. I am typing this entire review on the C720P right now and having no issues. The keys do not have a huge amount of ‘return’ as in they don’t compress a lot but I do not personally have any issues with that – it is just the way they are. This has taken some getting used to for me but I see no advantage/disadvantage to this Acer keyboard over the HP 11 or Samsung Chromebooks, they are each different and I have liked them all. The texture of the keys feel good to my fingers and have a slight ‘texture’ to them. Because of the low amount of return on my keyboard keys, they type pretty quietly which is sort of nice for taking to my classes so I do not disturb people around me.Touch pad: This touch pad is by far my favorite out of the Acer C720P, HP 11, and Samsung. This touchpad is fully clickable, just like the rest but this one just feels way better to my hand. It is completely smooth and when you push down on it to click, it gives you a very nice, solid response that you know you have clicked it and I just like that feel.Frame/Body: I waited for the release of this white body because I thought it looked better than the original slate color. I am happy with the way it looks in person also. The feel is sort of a ‘matte’ feel and is not glossy like the HP 11 (if you’ve seen it) which I think is a good thing because that means it should show WAY less fingerprints. The frame does not flex or bend whatsoever so far and I have tried to see if I could get it to. Very sturdy frame/body.Another thing about the body of this device that relates to the screen, the screen stands firm and gives you some resistance when closing/opening it which is great because it is a touchscreen and you don’t want to be tapping a button on screen and having to hold the back with your other hand or have to pick it back up right after you tap the screen and it falls back a half inch. This is another positive to me and by no means is it difficult to open or close, it just has a perfect amount of resistance to resist falling backwards after touching the screen. Lightweight, sturdy, clean. I just tried to fit it into a protective sleeve I bought when I had my HP 11 (the sleeve fit over the HP 11 and was made to fit Macbook Air) but this sleeve did not zip shut when I had the C720P inside. It fit into it fine, but hung out the opening to where my sleeve would not zip. So the form factor is bigger than the HP 11 as well though again, this doesn’t bother me personally – just something to note.Webcam/Camera: I was actually impressed with the quality of the camera/webcam on this device. I never expect a whole lot from webcams in the first place but I feel that this one was done well. No, this doesn’t produce a crystal clear image but it does actually pretty well and has a lot of different filters you can apply (Probably like all Chromebooks) with the camera app. The delay is pretty minimal when you are moving side to side for example. It keeps up pretty well and not that I video-chat a lot, but I am content/happy with this camera and I think it takes decent pictures for a low cost laptop.Charger: The charging port is a very small hole on the left side of the device but the charger does have a small power brick with it like most laptops I have seen (but not all). The charger/brick is lightweight though and shouldn’t bother me. The device typically can go from extremely low power up to 100% charge in about 2 hours which then gives you 7-8 hours of use (more battery info below).BATTERY USE UPDATE: Acer claims 7.5 hours and I promised to give my input after some more use. Screen brightness is the main factor to battery life from my experience. When having the brightness set to around 50% (a little dim for me), I can easily get over 8+ hours of battery. When at 100% brightness, I believe the battery life is more around 7 hours and so I have decided to keep my screen brightness around 70-75% and I have seen 7.5-8 hours of use on this setting while this C720P is brand new. This is based on pretty regular usage which consists of some YouTube video playing with sound, casual web browsing/email, and taking notes with Google Drive. When charging up from extremely low battery, it takes roughly 2 hours to get fully charged which I am happy with. I will try to continue to update the battery life if I notice it being any different or changing on me over time or in different situations.After doing MORE battery testing from having this device even longer, I am seeing very good numbers by this C720P in its early life. In class taking notes on Google Drive, I was able to see 8+ hours of screen time. I say 8+ because I believe it was 8 hours 20 minutes and possibly a little more up to 8.5 hours. This is with screen brightness around 65% which for me is adequate for note taking/light browsing. I will continue to update as my usage increases and time goes on.Why get a Chromebook?For me, I am taking this to class each day and taking notes from my college professors. I type much faster than I write and this helps me get more information into my notes before moving to the next PowerPoint slide. This is a lightweight, small, easy to use device. It turns on very quickly, types well, and the touch screen makes it cooler but yet you are only spending $300.This device is great especially as a secondary computer for just doing stuff on the Internet or taking to meetings, classes, etc. I don’t have to put any anti-virus software on it or any extra programs so what you pay for the device is essentially all you pay for.Chromebooks are, in my opinion, sort of between a tablet and a full laptop because they are not either. They are like a laptop in that they look and act like a laptop which is great because I just like having a track pad and keyboard attached to a screen/touchscreen. This device has 1 USB 3.0 port, 1 USB 2.0 port, HDMI out port, SD card slot, headphone port, a space where you can insert a cable to secure the Chromebook to a table or desk to avoid being stolen, really convenient buttons along the top row of the keyboard for back, forward, refresh, full screen mode, change page, brightness, and volume. They are like a tablet in that they cannot technically do everything your typical laptop can. They don’t install programs (they install apps from the Chrome web store) and they do not have a CD drive (although more and more laptops are getting rid of their CD drives).I really like Chrome OS which is what this device runs instead of Windows 8 or Mac OS X. It is simple, quick, easy to use and get used to, and I really like that about it and another big reason I went with a Chromebook.Updates to come:Performance: Still doing some testing on this and I will update after a few days of both regular and heavy use.Comment and let me know what else you are interested in knowing about through my review and I will update that as well!For those that have the device/are ordering, here are some tips and tricks I have found using the unique touch screen:1. Swipe your finger from the left side of the screen over to the right and release — this will act as a ‘back’ button.2. Swipe your finger from the right side of the screen over to the left and release — this will act as a ‘forward’ button.3. Touch the ‘minimize browser’ square in the top right of the screen, swipe down and release. This will minimize your browser by using the touch screen.4. Using the same ‘square’ in the top right of your browser screen, you can touch it and swipe left to put the page to the left of the screen.5. Using that same square again, swipe right to put your current browser page on only the right half of the screen. This is nice because for me, it really covers just half of the screen – great if needing to multitask.6. Swipe up on the top right square and it will ‘maximize’ your browser page.Read more 85 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseSamuel4.0 out of 5 starsNice Low Cost Touch With Bluetooth Audio Issues!April 10, 2014Verified PurchaseDisclaimer: I have been developing software and hardware for well over 25 years. Most of our products have been based on Microsoft operating systems. I also have experience with the Intel Macintosh and a number of different tablets including Android, Windows 7, Windows 8 pro, Windows 8.1 pro and two Asus RT 8.0 systems. When I first heard of Google’s efforts to produce a cloud based laptop, which was essentially the Google browser, I scoffed. Chromebooks did not make sense, particularly given the insanely high cost of the initial Chromebooks.After watching the Samsung Chromebook remain at the top of the list of best-selling Amazon laptops for many months, I decided to pick one up and give it a try. I can’t say at first that I was blown away, but I could definitely see the potential offered by inexpensive systems with minimal exposure to malware and stealthy updates which almost never delay access to the system or introduce unwanted glitches. The more I used my Samsung the more I began to depend upon it for day to day tasks such as answering emails, modifying contracts, testing and managing our websites, web searches and entertainment.I began to fantasize about an affordable Chromebook with touchscreen access. When Acer announced the availability of the 720P Chromebook replete with touchscreen, I bit the bullet and ordered. I was able to order from Amazon using my prime account and expected delivery within two days. However, it seems that my order was passed off from UPS to the postal service and it arrived a day late. To Amazon’s credit, I received an email apology and credit of $10.00 to my account because of the delay in delivery.The external package tape was broken as if dropped, but the device seems fine (this kind of external package damage is a first for me with Amazon electronics.) Two things immediately caught my attention when I opened the Chromebook box … (1) the increased weight and bulk compared to my Samsung and (2) the extra-large power supply with heavy-duty power lines and cable running to the computer. As I charged the device, I could feel some heat on my thigh next to the laptop power socket. Perhaps, the saving grace is that it seems to fully charge within an hour or so. Heat on the bottom of the unit is considerably less noticeable when running on battery alone.The screen is bright and touch seems to work well. I noticed touch zoom was added to many more websites after a background upgrade. The keyboard, for this hunt and peck user, is good and better than the Samsung Chromebook. The audio is the best of any of my portable devices. Loud without distortion and enough bass to allow for me listen for extended periods. The Samsung is thinner and lighter and I will miss that, but the Acer machine feels more substantial and not uncomfortably thick or heavy.I can’t emphasize enough how nice it is to log on, enter your Google account and have everything running in minutes! Chrome OS is limited and this may change as it matures but this instant on and install is addictive. It shames all other OSs. We shall see if Chrome OS can grow and stay as user-friendly. I think I spent all of two minutes booting and logging in before I had a machine with most of my settings and apps intact and installed!One major disappointment. I frequently use LG (700 and 730) Bluetooth headsets to listen to streamed music from my Amazon and Xbox music accounts. I have encountered frequent problems with Bluetooth streamed audio when using Windows 8 tablets and Windows RT tablets after upgrading to either 8.1 or subsequent Microsoft / OEM system updates. I have no problems at all using Bluetooth headsets with the Samsung Chromebook. However, if I’m any significant distance away from the Wi-Fi router when using the 720P audio may skip or pause and Netflix videos will repeatedly pause at least every 30 seconds. If I am closer to the router, Bluetooth and Netflix seem to work fine. I see this issue even when I have three bars in the Wi-Fi signal strength icon. Importantly, while in the exactly same distant location, I was able to watch Netflix video and listen to the same audio using the Samsung Chromebook paired with my LG Bluetooth headsets without issue.Bluetooth is not exactly a new standard and I am dismayed at the difficulties manufacturers and software developers have in producing portable devices that can take advantage of streamed audio without hiccups or pauses! Inevitably, Microsoft seems to first give and then later take away reliable streamed Bluetooth audio in many of its portable devices. I had hoped that I would fare better with Chrome OS devices. Apparently, consistently supporting quality Bluetooth audio is beyond the skill set of Chipset, Google and Microsoft engineers.I plan to continue to experiment with my Bluetooth Devices and media streamed to my Chromecast dongle. If issues with Netflix paired with Bluetooth audio persist, I suspect I will return the Acer. Perhaps I am odd man out in expecting portable device manufacturers to deliver systems fully supporting quality Bluetooth audio streaming.Update: Bluetooth and Wi-Fi seem to interact when using Intel based devices. I raised my Linksys router about four feet above the desk by mounting on a microphone stand and can use the Acer 720P to stream Netflix and XBox music with less re-buffering and pauses. That said, I still experience no issues raised or not when using the Samsung Chromebook in the same location.The more I use the 720P the more I appreciate the touchscreen. I no longer use my beloved Asus Windows RT tablet much. It still serves its original purpose of testing our websites and checking email, but the almost constant nagging to ‘update’ to RT 8.1 has becoming tiresome. Win RT 8.1 kills BT audio and the built-in camera flash and we will not install 8.1 until absolutely forced to.I mentioned the improved touch pinch to contract and zoom in my initial comments. This update makes the touchscreen far more attractive. I just updated my Win RT 8 tablet two times. Each update put the tablet out of service for at least 20 minutes. Currently, Chromebook devices update without any noticeable interruption and is a huge bonus. Would be interesting to see how many hours, weeks or months are lost when updating Windows machines.Streaming from Chrome tabs seems to work well enough for a show and tell, but the color on my Vizio TV with Chromecast is nothing to write home about. It was disappointing when I discovered video play back from internally stored files cannot be Chromecast. Using Chromecast takes a noticeable toll on battery life.UPDATE 2: Microsoft has released direct links to online Office Word, Excel and One Note. Office links can be found in the Chrome store. Having the icons and links in your Chrome Apps pop up menu makes it easier to use online Office Apps. Unfortunately, Save downloads the file to your Chromebook memory rather than One Drive or Google Drive. I drag the file to Google Drive and delete from the Chromebook. A bit of a pain.Battery life seems to be significantly better than what I get when using the Samsung but, no formal comparisons have been made. Even with Wi-Fi / Bluetooth issues, the long battery life and touchscreen makes this a keeper.Read more 13 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseSee all 420 reviewsWrite a customer review Customers also shopped forPage 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1 This shopping feature will continue to load items. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. 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