Listen, the Acer Chromebook is already a cheaply priced laptop. At $280 for a 13 inch, 2GB computer, you’re already in pretty good shape.
But thanks to Amazon’s Cyber Monday markdown, it’s on sale for $130, which officially makes it the cheapest computer that wasn’t made in a shifty, unmarked warehouse.
If you’re worried about the 2GB not being enough, don’t. There’s a 16GB Solid-State Drive in this baby, as well as a NVIDIA Tegra K1 Quad Core 2.1 GHz Processor. Add its 11-hour battery life, and you have no reason not to add one of these to your arsenal.
Also, it’s $129.99. You should buy one just on principle.
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