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Acer was the first company to launch a Chromebook with fifth-generation Intel chip and there’s no signs of the company slowing down. It released two more Chrome OS laptops on Wednesday aimed squarely at the classroom: The C740 and larger C920 Chromebooks, which start at $259.99 and $299.99 respectively.
We cover all the details of these new devices, plus give updates on some of the latest [company]Google[/company] Chrome OS and Chrome for [company]Apple[/company] iOS features in this week’s podcast. And after our last show where we suggested you might want to wait on a new Chromebook, we received a listener question on that topic that we answer in today’s episode.
Hosts: Janko Roettgers and Kevin C. Tofel
New Acer Chromebooks for education: Acer C740 and C920
Chrome OS Files app to get a new Google Drive import feature
Remote access to Chromebooks and Chromeboxes is finally here
Question from Erik on the last episode: Buy now or wait?
App / extension of the week: smarterPod