Buy Acer C720 Chromebook on Snapdeal.com at Rs 15,999

Acer is on a serious run to bolster its share in the Indian market. After launching couple of smartphones under their Liquid series, the company is now stepping their foot on to the notebook section with the launch of the new Chromebook.

Acer C720 Chromebook

Acer C720 Chromebook is the laptop that gets the second-intro to markets here. Measures are to redefine the budget concept in laptops with a pricing that will certainly jolt the geeks and users.

The C720 Chromebook comes with an really awesome price tag of Rs 15999, making it one of the cheapest among its peers.

For a pricing that would evoke thoughts of most of the mid-range smartphones, Acer C720 does offer some above-par performance with the hardware it packs in.

Online retailers Snapdeal.com are the ones bringing the Acer C720 Chromebook at stupefying price-tag of below 16K. The device could also be purchased from other sites, though it may cost an few thousand bucks more.

With a display stretching diagonally to 11.6 inches, the device runs Google Chrome OS and is equipped with entry level hardware such as 2 GB RAM, 1 TB Hard Disk Drive and an Intel Celeron Processor clocked at 1.4 GHz. It also offers 16 GB space with the solid state drive.

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Acer C720 proves to be rich in the connectivity front, again keeping the pricing on mind. Alongside the in-built Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi connections, the notebook also comes packed with slots for SD cards, USB2.0, USB 3.0 and HDMI port for swelling the display to larger screens.

 

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