CES: This is Acer’s first Chromebook with Ryzen processor

Chromebook Spin 514 is Acer’s first Chromebook to feature an AMD Ryzen 3000 C-Series processor. In order not to make the graphics feel treated differently, they have also plugged in an AMD Radeon graphics card.

Spin 514 is intended for those who work from home, stream video or study. The more than similarly named Acer Enterprise Spin 514 includes Chrome Enterprise Upgrade, which gives businesses access to Chrome OS built-in enterprise features.

The chassis is made of metal and must meet American military standards. The hinge can be rotated 360 degrees. The screen is a 14-inch fhd touch screen covered with gorilla ice cream. According to Acer, the computer can withstand being dropped from heights of up to 120 centimeters. And if you feel like it, you can stack up to 60 kilos on it before it breaks.

Spin 514
Spin 514 has a metal chassis and must meet US military standards.

The computer is available in various different configurations, there are models with AMD Ryzen 7 3700C or Ryzen 5 3500C processor. The latter has AMD Radeon Vega Mobile graphics processor. The battery life is stated to be up to 10 hours. It weighs 1.55 kilos and is just over 17 millimeters thin.

The computer has up to 16 gigabytes of ddr4 dram memory and can be purchased with up to 256 GB of storage space. Two usb-c ports with support for display port, microsd reader, integrated Google Assistant and dual-band Wi-Fi 5. Some models are available with hdmi. port.

Chromebook Spin 514 and Enterprise Spin will be released in April and costs SEK 5,290 and SEK 6,890 respectively.