Acer Shows Off the R11, A Fancy New Convertible Chromebook With a 360-Degree Rotating Hinge

Acer Shows Off the R11, A Fancy New Convertible Chromebook With a 360-Degree Rotating Hinge

Acer Shows Off the R11, A Fancy New Convertible Chromebook With a 360-Degree Rotating Hinge

The IFA hits just keep on coming for Acer. In addition to the Predator 6 and a whole bunch of other new handsets, the company is also kicking off the Berlin show by debuting the R11, a new convertible Chromebook featuring a 360-degree rotating hinge similiar to sort one finds on the Lenovo Yoga.

The full-rotating hinge makes it possible to use the Chromebook as a laptop, tablet or display.

The Chrome OS-powered cloud computer features an 11.6-inch touchscreen clocking in at a 1,366 x 768 resolution. All of that's paired with an Intel Celeron process, 4GB of RAM and up to 32GB of storage.

The R11 is set to launch on October next month, starting at $299. It'll come to parts of Europe, the Middle East and Africa a month later.

Acer Shows Off the R11, A Fancy New Convertible Chromebook With a 360-Degree Rotating Hinge

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