Acer's C720 11.6" Chromebook is currently being offered for only $199.99 shipped, this weekend only. It starts in seconds, is powered by the new Intel Celeron 2955U Haswell micro-architecture processor and has up to 8.5 hours of battery life giving you all day to run your favorite Google apps or access your photos, videos, music and documents from anywhere. Product page. Continue reading for a video overview and more information.
- Intel Celeron 2955U 1.4 GHz (Haswell micro-architecture).
- 2GB DDR3L SDRAM.
- 16GB Solid-State Drive.
- 11.6-Inch Anti-Glare Screen, Intel HD Graphics.
- HDMI port, 8.5-hour battery life.
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Acer's C710-2834 11.6" Chromebook is being offered for just $199.99 shipped. Continually updated, always new, the Acer C7 Chromebook keeps getting better and better. It starts in seconds, has virus protection built in, and runs your favorite Google apps plus thousands more. Product page. Continue reading for a video overview and more information.
- Intel Celeron Processor 1007U 1.5GHz (2MB L3 Cache).
- 2GB DDR3 RAM.
- 16 GB Solid-State Drive.
- 11.6-Inch Screen, Intel HD Graphics.
- Chrome, 4-hour battery life.
Samsung's 11.6" Chromebook Wi-Fi (used) is being offered for just $143.96 shipped, today only, originally priced at $249. At just 2.4 pounds, 0.7 inches thin, and with over 6.5 hours of battery life, the Samsung Chromebook can go anywhere you go. It's built to stay cool, so it doesn't need a fan and runs silently. Product page (Amazon Warehouse Deals). Continue reading for an in-depth video overview.
- 11.6 inches Display.
- Samsung Exynos 5250 Dual Core Processor.
- 2 GB DDR3L RAM 16 GB Solid State Drive.
- 2 USB Ports: 1 USB 3.0 + 1 USB 2.0, HDMI Port.
- Built-in dual band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n.
When everything hits the fan during a zombie apocalypse, solar-powered gadgets will be the way to go, especially for the uninfected to stay connected. Fortunately, one company has unveiled SOL, a solar-powered laptop. A full charge will net you 10-hours of continuous usage. Continue reading for a video and more information.
The problem with most tablets today is that they just aren't as powerful as their laptop counterparts, but what if there was a folding origami-like computer that combined the best of both worlds? This design by Hao-Chun Huang for Fujitsu shows us one possible concept that may become a reality in the future. Continue reading for more pictures.
If you're wondering what the stick-like object is doing in water, that's what powers "The Plantbook". That's right, the battery uses an external water tank, hence the name "Plantbook", which continuously absorbs water and uses electrolysis to generate power. Continue reading for more pictures.
What happens when you combine the functionality of a real book with a notebook? Fujitsu's "Real Notebook" of course. This futuristic laptop boasts dual flexible touchscreen displays that can be configured a host of ways. Continue reading for a couple more pictures.