Acer announced this Tuesday (31), four new Chromebook models for education. Developed for students, teachers and administrators, the devices stand out with their focus on performance, practical features and especially durability.

The Chromebook Vero 712, Chromebook Spin 512, Chromebook Spin 511, and Chromebook 511 are military-approved MIL-STD 810. With its durable design designed for “the hustle and bustle of the school environment”, models withstand drops up to 122 cm and pressure up to 60 kg.

The eco-friendly Chromebook Vero 712 is part of Acer's Earthion program.

Acer Chromebook Vero 712

Focused on performance and sustainability, Chromebook Vero 712 uses 12th generation Intel Core processors. In addition to performing basic tasks, the chips allow students to use programming and video editing applications.

The model has a 12-inch IPS display with HD+ resolution. With a 3:2 aspect ratio. According to the brand, users can save 18% more space than widescreen (16:9), allowing them to read text, view maps and photos without having to scroll.

Ecological, Chromebook Vero 712 uses recycled materials in various parts of the build. For example, the safe and keys are made of 30% and 50% post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic, respectively.

Allowing different uses, Chromebooks Spin has 360-degree hinges.

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Chromebook Spin 512 and Chromebook Spin 511 are convertible models with 360-degree hinges. 12-inch and 11.6-inch screens with Gorilla Glass protection, aimed at hybrid teaching, can be used as notebooks or tablets.

Uses Intel N-series chips, both supporting 4G LTE connectionsallows access to the internet and educational software from anywhere. In addition, the models offer up to 12 hours of battery life away from the outlet.

Following the same settings, Chromebook 511 has an 11.6-inch touchscreen with a standard 180-degree hinge. Also, the model is recommended in lab classrooms with one machine per student.

The Chromebook 511 retains the traditional laptop design.

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According to Acer, The new school Chromebooks are intended to be “essential tools for learning.” They are also important tools for technological initiatives in schools.

“As a leading provider of Chromebooks for the primary to high school education industry, we understand what students and teachers need to focus on learning,” said James Lin, General Manager, Notebooks, Acer’s IT Product Division.

Source: Tec Mundo

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