Acer C720 Chromebook’s handy size and ultra-light weight (1.2 kgs) makes it highly compatible with smallest of laptop carrying bags and an ideal deal for the users who like to stay connected with the digital world while travelling.

The C720 is powered by a 1.4 GHz dual core 4th generation Celeron processor which will guide you to the home screen in less than eight seconds. The laptop features a 11.6-inch 1,366x768 screen that tries its best to maintain the colors when exposed to sunlight. The speakers, installed in the device, are loud enough to listen music indoors and the laptop also includes a HDMI port for better multimedia experience.

Chromebook comes with a 16-GB SSD drive and 100 GB on the Google Drive for two years with 2 GB of RAM. Though, the storage configuration doesn’t seem impressive, but one can easily transfer data between the C720 and an external hard drive with USB 3.0 post.

Acer C720 can prove to be a disappointment for those who are addicted with the format of MS Office as they will be faced with some major changes. It comes pre-installed with Google Docs, Chrome, Web Store along with other Google applications.

Giving a tough competition to tablet and light-weighed notebook market, Acer C720 Chromebook will definitely attract you with its innovative and productive apps. But the device will most likely fail to replace regular notebooks.