And . In fact, if you want to see how far the Chromebook has come, check out our 2012 review And compare it to the new Chromebook Spin 713. Chrome OS is no longer just a browser, and Spin 713 – PC-Maker has been announced Thursday – More than the netbook. It is one of the best in the category and is an excellent laptop in general.
Although the new Chromebook Spin 713 almost resembles its predecessor, Intel worked with Acer to make it the first Chromebook verified for Intel’s Evo platform. what does this mean? An Evo-verified laptop must meet certain standards for performance, battery life, responsiveness, and wireless and wired connections, among other things. In other words, it is a guarantee that your laptop will give you the best mobile experience, and that experience is now available on the Chromebook.
Just likeAnd , Were There are better components and better components cost more money. The $ 79 Chromebook Spin 713 I tested would cause sticker shock for those who used it He will handle a lot . But it is a premium Chromebook that provides a great user experience and is worth the extra money for its performance and durability. Pricing for the UK and Australia was not immediately available, but the US price converts to around £ 495 or AU $ 900.
Acer Chromebook Spin 713
Price according to review
Display Size / Resolution
13.5-inch 2,256×1,504-pixel touchscreen
2.4GHz Intel Core i5-1135G7
8GB 4267MHz LPDDR4X (onboard)
Intel Iris XE Graphics
256GB PCIe NVMe SSD
802.11ax wireless, Bluetooth 5.0
Thunderbolt 4 USB-C (x2), USB-A (3.2 Gen 1), HDMI, 3.5mm audio jack, microSD card slot
Chrome os / android 9
Connection for a longer performance and more
The Acer Chromebook Spin 713 uses one of Acer’s bright vertical displays, a 13.5-inch, 2,256×1,504-pixel touchscreen with a 3: 2 aspect ratio. As the name implies, it gives you more vertical room to work, but it still has the width of a typical 13.3-inch laptop with a 16: 9 ratio. If you don’t like scrolling up and down all the time, this is perfect.
But if you want to attach one or two monitors, the Spin 713 Thunderbolt 4 is the first Chromebook with a USB-C port – this is now a requirement for Intel Evo Chromebook verification. The ports can be used for display output, fast data transfer, high-speed networking, rapid charging, and docking stations. There is also an HDMI output on the Spin 713, so you can connect the display without any adapters or dock if necessary.
A secure design in more ways than one
Maybe soStill fresh in my mind, but the overall appearance of the Spin 713 is no different than the rest of the package. It is good looking and definitely a safe option for school and work, but if you are looking for a personality, it falls short.
On the other hand, the one thing this Chromebook can handle is a small drop. With Corning Gorilla Glass on the touchscreen (and also a sleek touchpad), the Spin 713 features a reinforced aluminum body with mil-spec certification (MIL-STD-810H) for protection from minor drops, vibration, rain, dust, high. And low temperature and humidity. This is a welcome addition to the Chromebook that is likely to come knocking. However, 3 pounds (1.4 kg) is a bit heavier for a premium Chromebook and is also somewhat thicker, especially when folded into a tablet.
Intel states that Evo-verified laptops are engineered to help remove gaps, distractions and dependencies on battery chargers. There is definitely nothing about this Chromebook. Lift the lid and the display instantly comes alive, Wi-Fi connects and it’s ready to go in seconds – much like your phone when you wake it up. You can use the built-in fingerprint reader to unlock it quickly, or an Android phone can be paired with Chrome to unlock it.
The 11th-generation Intel Core i5 processor outperformed last year’s version of this Chromebook with a comparable 10th-gen chip on our benchmark. This boosted the battery of its predecessor by 31 minutes, lasting 12 hours, 42 minutes on our streaming video test. Also, it is fast charging.
Originally, the Acer Chromebook Spin 713 lives up to Intel’s Evo verification. It wakes up instantly, is as responsive to battery power as it is plugged in, has a long battery life, charges quickly and has fast wired and wireless connections with Thunderbolt 4 and Wi-Fi 6. .
Two-in-one design is useful, especially when using Android apps. There is no pen support and it is slightly thicker in tablet mode, but overall I find Chrome more enjoyable with a touchscreen. Even if you plan to use it as a laptop only, I still recommend it. The Spin 713 for Chromebooks looks like the first glimpse of the next 10 years.