With a 4:3 screen, this can easily be a worthy device for iPad users who want to try out Chrome OS. I just hope that Acer can update this device with the latest Mediatek Kompanio or Qualcomm Snapdragon PC chipset and give a QWERTY keyboard option while selling it for not more than $400.
mine, 17 Jan 2021i used to have a windows 10 acer touch screen laptop but it got brickedYou can always reinstall the OS and the drivers. I have zero problems doing it.
Anonymous, 31 May 2021First of all, what the heck is a rock chip Is this 0G or something? SmhRockchip is a very bad processor it has 28nm lol
First of all, what the heck is a rock chip
Is this 0G or something? Smh
i used to have a windows 10 acer touch screen laptop but it got bricked
9.7 inch device is a tab , but witch cell connectivity is = phablet ... ok?! (phone+tablet)
I agree Acer should do a follow up with a better processor. The OP1/RK3399 is definitely holding this thing back. Other than the Galaxy S line, this is the only way to get Android married to Wacom EMR pen in a tablet form factor. I don't mind the Chrome OS part as long as I have access to Android apps.
If you stuck in some A75 based hexacore in similar form factor for under $400, it would be a winner.
Mongo, 14 Apr 2019No GPS! Disappointing as an Android tablet.I would use a phone for that... :S
Mongo, 14 Apr 2019No GPS! Disappointing as an Android tablet.This is Chrome OS with Google Play Store.