If you are looking for the portability and affordability of a Chromebook but want to stick with the familiar Windows operating system than something like the Acer Cloudbook AO1-132-C52V might be just the option you are looking for. Similar to many of the Chromebook models currently available this device has an 11.6 inch display and scaled back specifications that include just what you need so you are not paying extra for what you don’t. Below we are going to look into this laptop in a little more detail and see what some of the biggest benefits and downsides are so you can make the right choice if it is right for you.
Processor: Intel Celeron
Memory: 4 GB of RAM
Storage: 32 GB
Screen: 11.6 Inches
OS: Windows 10
The benefits are quite obvious when first starting to look at the all new Acer AO1-132-C52V. This device is very mobile friendly due to its compact design which puts its total weight at just 1.2 Kg. It is very easy to slip this into a small bag or even a purses to take with you on the go, try doing this with a full sized laptop.
One of the concerns many consumers have about buying budget friendly laptops such as this one is that it will lack important features that they must have but that doesn’t seem to be the case with this model. It still includes things such as USB 3.0, HDMI, Bluetooth 4.0 and even an SD Card reader to expand on the amount of storage available.
Probably the biggest drawback to the popular Chromebook models that are available is that popular Windows software such as Microsoft Office are not compatible but with this device since it is running Windows 10 does not suffer from this same issue while still offering many of the advantages Chromebook models have.
Similar to its direct competition the Acer AO1-132-C52V suffers from some of the same drawbacks as you will find on a Chromebook. This includes limited storage space of just 32 GB which is a fraction of what you will find in a full sized laptop. On top of the limited storage it also has limited performance, So if running higher end applications you may end up being disappointed with what it can do.
With consumers looking more and more for something that can keep up with their hectic lifestyle the Acer AO1-132-C52V seems like a perfect fit while still staying with the popular and familiar Windows operating system. It seems like laptop makers have finally decided to do something about the market share that Chrome OS is stealing and this model seems like a great answer.