The Acer Chromebook Tab 10 is one of the first Chrome OS real tablets on the market, if not the actual first. Acer isn’t new in the segment, dabbling in the Chrome area before, so they know what they’re doing. Now the Chromebook Tab 10 is up for sale at various retailers.
The MSRP is $330 and the machine is education-focused, as you can guess. The product is found on CDW for $10 more than the previously mentioned sum. It’s also listed at Connection, with a $337 price tag and Insight for $353. Amazon also has it for $347, sans Prime. Newegg seems to have the best price, selling the product for the recommended amount of $329.99.
For that sum you get a 9.7 inch slate with an IPS LCD panel and a 2048 x 1536 pixel resolution. It relies on a dual core Rockchip RK3399 processor, 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. There’s also support for pen input and a pretty sturdy body in the mix. Wacom technology has been included and then there’s the promise of 9 hours of battery life.
For classrooms we have the Google Expeditions AR, which helps teachers bring the real world experience into the classroom, with immersive lessons. Dozens or even hundreds of such devices can be easily managed using a singular web-based management console. The product is available with 1 year of warranty and you can get it from Amazon.