Acer Chromebook Tab 10 - 9.7" Chrome OS Tablet

Mfg.Part: NX.H0BAA.001 | CDW Part: 5029412 | UNSPSC: 43211509
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  • RK3399 Rockchip processor
  • Memory: 4GB RAM (LPDDR3 SDRAM)
  • microSD card reader
  • 9.7” diagonal size
  • 10 point multi-touch display
  • Battery runtime: up to 9 hours
  • USB 3.1 (Type C)
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Main Features
  • RK3399 Rockchip processor
  • Memory: 4GB RAM (LPDDR3 SDRAM)
  • microSD card reader
  • 9.7” diagonal size
  • 10 point multi-touch display
  • Battery runtime: up to 9 hours
  • USB 3.1 (Type C)
  • Google Chrome OS
First Chrome OS Tablet Designed for Education

A simple and secure way for students to collaborate and learn

The new Acer Chromebook Tab 10 is designed for education customers and will be used in K-12 classrooms to expand and enhance student learning by bringing the speed, simplicity and security of Chrome OS into the tablet form factor. Acer Chromebook Tab 10 offers students a mobile, lightweight, touch device on the same Chrome platform educators know and love for management and collaboration.

- First tablet running Chrome OS designed for education

- Included EMR stylus with Wacom technology for natural writing and drawing. Battery-free and slips into a handy dock on the tablet plus replicates the accuracy and size of an ordinary pen.

- Planned support for Google Expeditions AR (augmented reality) to enable immersive learning experiences

- Full Google Play support allows users to access over two-million Android apps

- All-day productivity up to 9hrs of power from the lithium-polymer battery
Acer Chromebook Tab 10 - 9.7" Chrome OS Tablet is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ergonomicaally Great - Linux support not there yet. The ergonomics of the Acer Chromebook Tab 10 are everything you would hope for. It's light. The grip is great. The bezels are large enough so that it can be used as a tablet.It can also use it's USB C port to dock very efficiently. Ethernet and USB input devices are supported with multi-port hubs. It can mirror displays, and not theoretically let yu run a second display. But the software doesn't give you anyway to drag a window to the second display yet.Linux via crostini is available on the Dev channel, and it works flawlessly for the most part. But it totally trashes performance, especially for Android apps. This is clearly a bug, so don't buy this for Linux support at least until the bugs are fixed.The stylus works very welll for taking notes and drawing diagrams. It doesn't feel sensitive enough for doing real art, but I can't draw real art no matter how ood the stylus is.The cubby-hole stores the stylus very well.This form factor only makes sense if you want to do note taking on something bigger than a phone but want it to weigh less than the better convertible Chromebooks (1.2 lbs versus about 2.5 lbs). So far I've found that niche works for me, even if the Dev channel bugs are atrocious.
Date published: 2018-07-05
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