Acer’s New Enterprise Laptops Feature AI


Computex 2024 ranks among one of the busiest tech events of the year, especially with major brands all showcasing their latest and greatest tech onstage. With that in mind, Acer recently announced two new Chromebook Plus Enterprise laptops, which pack all the essentials – as well some additional AI – into compact and travel-friendly designs.

The new models consist of the Acer Chromebook Plus Enterprise 515 and Acer Chromebook Plus Enterprise Spin 514 (which also comes with a consumer-grade model), which Acer says offers “best-in-class security,” in addition to simple management, flexible access, and enhanced administrative support, to name a few.

The Acer Chromebook Plus Enterprise 515 features a large 15.6-inch display and dedicated numeric keypad ideal for number-intensive applications, while the Acer Chromebook Plus Enterprise Spin 514 is a convertible 2-in-1 device with a slightly smaller 14-inch screen, and can easily shift between notebook and tablet form. Both models come with Google AI-powered video call tools, access to files online or offline with File Sync, as well as optional fingerprint readers for biometrics.

Inside is an Intel Core 7 processor 150U paired with up to 16 GB of LPDDR5X RAM, and Acer says that the new Chromebooks offer up to 10 hours of battery life and batteries with fast-charging capabilities on a single charge.

As for pricing, the Acer Chromebook Plus Enterprise 515 will be available in North America in June, starting at $649.99 while the Acer Chromebook Plus Enterprise Spin 514 will be available in August, starting at $749.99.

Source: Acer

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