70
Engadget
Score
A dependable product that doesn't really stand out from the competition.
70

A dependable product that doesn't really stand out from the competition.

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Acer C7 Chromebook review: Chrome OS on the cheap, but at what cost?

Acer's $199 system certainly wins on price, but it looks and feels extremely cheap. It offers a fast processor at the expense of a poor keyboard layout and lackluster battery life.

Pros
  • Most affordable Chromebook yetDecent performanceHacker friendly
Cons
  • Cheap materials and build qualityPoor keyboard layoutLackluster battery life
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70
 

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65
Average Critic Score

Speed and features

73
 

Expandability

80
 

Display

71
 

Noise

55
 

Battery life

60
 

Portability (size / weight)

66
 

Design and form factor

64
 

Durability

73
 

How It Stacks Up

84

Engadget

84
 

Critic

75
 

User

87
 
81

Engadget

81
 

Critic

78
 

User

90
 
89

Engadget

89
 

Critic

86
 

User

80
 
84

Engadget

Not yet scored
 

Critic

87
 

User

93
 
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How It Stacks Up

84

Engadget

84
 

Critic

75
 

User

87
 
81

Engadget

81
 

Critic

78
 

User

90
 
89

Engadget

89
 

Critic

86
 

User

80
 
84

Engadget

Not yet scored
 

Critic

87
 

User

93
 
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