In addition to the well-known operating systems for desktop computers and laptops, Windows, MacOS and Linux, another one is trying to establish itself. Now that Android, Google's operating system for mobile devices, is very widespread, Google is trying to create one for PCs. This is based on Unix and Google's Chrome browser, which is also called Chrome OS. The focus is on Google's office applications, which are mainly stored in the cloud and executed in the browser. However, some devices can now also run Android and Linux applications. As with Android, Google brought a few Chrome OS devices onto the market, but other manufacturers complement the product range with their own devices, including Acer.
In the Chromebook series from Acer you will find all products from Acer that use Chrome OS as their operating system. This series is correspondingly large, ranging from tablets and inexpensive entry-level notebooks to some of the most expensive representatives of Chrome OS devices. Thus also equipment of the devices and processing are very different. Nevertheless, there are several features which all devices of the product range have. For example, all Chrombooks are designed for less demanding office work. In principle a Chromebook masters all tasks which you can do in the browser.
Focus is on the cloud