Conclusion: Though it still has a couple of faults, the new version of the Acer C7 Chromebook is faster, longer lasting, and better all around. All this and its very low price tag makes it the best inexpensive Chromebook on the market.
Pros: More RAM for better, zippier performance. Swappable 6-cell battery lasts longer on the road. Very affordable. Big 320GB hard drive for a Chromebook. Full selection of ports, including Ethernet and VGA. Keyboard blends traditional and Chrome layouts.
Cons: Unchanged design is still clunky. Chrome OS is limited. No 3G option.
Conclusion: The Acer C7 Chromebook (C710-2847) isn't the slickest laptop out there, but it runs Chrome OS, has a roomy hard drive and a full selection of ports, and sells for a song. We'll overlook a lot for its $200 price tag.
Pros: Dirt cheap at $199. Relatively enormous 320GB hard drive. Full selection of ports, including Ethernet and VGA. Swappable battery. Keyboard blends traditional and Chrome layouts.
Cons: Clunky design. Short battery life. Chrome OS is limited. No 3G option
Conclusion: That improvement, coupled with falling prices, means that Chromebooks are becoming more viable every day—and the $199 Acer is viable with a capital "V." Does the platform still have limitations? Absolutely. Is it a knockout blow to tablets? Absolutely not.
Pros: Shockingly low price, Plenty of ports, 100GB of free Google Drive cloud storage for two years, Competent screen and keyboard
Cons: Netbooky design, Disappointing battery life, USB 2.0, not 3.0
A small and inexpensive laptop for the Google generation
Good Gear Guide.au
19 February 2013
Summary: Acer's C710 is not a laptop that will suit everyone, but if you are already a heavy user of Google's array of services, and if you just want a simple device on which to use those services, you should definitely give this Chromebook a go.
Pros: Good overall performance, Vibrant screen, Good keyboard and touchpad
Cons: Short battery life, Can get noticeably warm, Sticky Backspace key
Review Acer Chromebook C710: com hardware simples e sempre conectado
24 January 2014
Conclusion: O Acer Chromebook C710 é um notebook para os conectados, leve no hardware e no software. É o primeiro aparelho que chega no Brasil com o sistema operacional do Google, o Chrome OS. Não deve agradar os fãs de hardware robusto para jogos ou edições pesadas.
Pros: Sistema operacional Chrome OS, baseado no Chome;, Peso leve com 1,38 Kg;, Conectividade com os diversos serviços em nuvem do Google;
Cons: Preço elevado;, Pouco espaço interno;, Sistema dependente da Internet;, Não roda bem games e programas que dependem de alto processamento.