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This Acer Chromebook had me at hello

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I have to admit that I didn't expect much from a $300 touch-screen Chromebook, but from the second I pulled the Acer C720P out of the box I was comfortable with it.

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Acer

Everything that I have had that is Acer has been crap. Notebooks overheating, monitors dying. Never again.

Asus and HP

We are using Asus and HP hardware now. It has been surprisingly reliable.

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