Acer Chromebook 14″ Display, IPS Screen, 4GB Ram, 32GB Flash, ChromeOS, Laptop (Certified Refurbished)

November 9, 2018 - Comment

Acer 14 CB3-431-C7VZ Celeron N3160 4GB 32GB Silver Refurb 90 day Product Features REFURBISHED ITEM – Acer CB3-431-C5FM Chromebook (NON-TOUCH), Chrome OS, Intel Quad-core Celeron N3160 1.6 GHz, 4 GB LPDDR3, 32 GB flash drive Storage, NO OPTICAL DRIVE, 14″ Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution IPS technology, Intel HD Graphics, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless LAN +

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Acer 14 CB3-431-C7VZ Celeron N3160 4GB 32GB Silver Refurb 90 day

Product Features

  • REFURBISHED ITEM – Acer CB3-431-C5FM Chromebook (NON-TOUCH), Chrome OS, Intel Quad-core Celeron N3160 1.6 GHz, 4 GB LPDDR3, 32 GB flash drive Storage, NO OPTICAL DRIVE, 14″ Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution IPS technology, Intel HD Graphics, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless LAN + Bluetooth 4.2, Webcam, Factory Recertified
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MJ Ghee says:

Perfect for people who need a slick-looking, lightweight secondary computer and use Google services! Before buying ANY Chromebook, know these important usage tips:- Web browsing, streaming video, and using online Chrome web apps are what Chromebooks are primarily used for, so fast and reliable internet connection is required to get the most use out of a Chromebook.- Chromebooks are best for users of Google apps and services (Gmail, Google office suite, YouTube). Your login for the device is your Google account login.- Chromebooks run an operating system that is not Microsoft Windows or Mac OSX, so make sure to consider the compatibility of any programs you plan to use.- ChromeOS is relatively low maintenance (no need for anti-virus or anti-malware programs, and no need to wait around for lengthy system updates).Now for some pros and cons for Acer’s Chromebook 14 (Certified Refurbished)!Pros:- Solid build quality and design for this price ($200). The body of the laptop is brushed aluminum, and the keyboard keys are made of matte…

Rene Rubio says:

The Good: -Much prettier Just got this the other day. Previously had the Acer C720 for the last couple years, which was a workhorse. I got this in hopes of getting an updated version of that laptop, and mostly got that.The Good:-Much prettier. This laptop takes a lot of cues from Macbooks. If you’re a fan of that look, with aluminum and black plastic as the main colors, this is a much cheaper route.- The specs are better. 4 GB of RAM means you can have tons of tabs, which I do. The processor isn’t much faster than the C720, but it’s a quad core, so you can run a couple different tasks at the same time.- Screen is gorgeous. It’s not retina good, but it’s a damn sight better than I’d expect on a Chromebook.- It’s thin. Not quite Air thin, but thin.- At 200 bucks – wait for a sale – this is a really good laptopThe Bad:- Mostly just the battery life. I know you can’t put a nicer screen, better specs and a thinner chassis and…

Galvin R says:

A common problem with this model…buyer beware It worked fine for a few months, then it began having a very slow wifi issue. I searched for this issue with this model online and it seems this is a known issue with this model Acer Chromebook. Apparently the wifi antenna is in the screen and the connection wire runs along the hinge, and it breaks after a few months. So the wifi card still works, but it’s getting a very weak signal. How weak? Sitting in the same location about 40 feet from my router my Macbook Air gets a ping in 27ms, a 70.51 Mbps download speed, and a 5.85 upload speed. switching immediately to the Acer 14 the ping speed is 51ms, download speed is 10.94, and upload speed is 5.87. The download speed is 7x slower! We have other devices in the house, none of them suffer slow wifi either. It’s definitely the Acer.Unfortunately the problem didn’t show up in time for me to return or get support for this refurbished Acer CB3-431. After research it does appear to be a common problem, so buyer beware.

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