Acer Unveils Four New Eco-Friendly Chromebooks 

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Acer has unveiled four new Chromebooks that offer amazing features for students, children, and IT professionals. Chromebooks include Acer Chromebook 512, Chromebook 511, Chromebook 314 and Chromebook Spin 311.

All four models feature eco-friendly OceanGlass touchpads made from OceanGlass. Also, they (except the 314) have post-consumer plastics in their chassis. This makes them a good choice for companies looking for environmentally friendly devices.

The Acer Chromebook 512 has a square-looking 3:2 screen aspect ratio. The screen has optional touch features and offers a battery life of up to 12 hours. It has a built-in webcam with light flare-reducing technology.

The Acer Chromebook 511 provides high-quality services, especially for children. This is reflected in compliance with ASTM F963-16 toy safety standards and UL/IEC 60950-1 IT equipment safety standards.

The Acer Chromebook 314 is useful for educational purposes and has features such as zero-touch enrollment. Designed for students, administrators and teachers, it comes with smaller bezels, a more compact design and an improved appearance.

The Spin 311 is the only fully convertible of the new Acer Chromebooks and has a 360-degree hinge that allows it to be used as a tablet as well.

For more information, read the original story in TechRepublic.

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