Now if you’re thinking that this is a Chromebook which is why it is so cheap, think again. This is an Acer laptop running on Windows 10 meaning that it is more than capable of performing your day-to-day tasks, like checking emails, surfing the web, typing up documents, chatting with friends and family members, and so on.
Available in 11 and 14-inch options, both models will pack the same hardware under the hood which includes a 1.6GHz Intel Celeron processor. It will also be accompanied by 2GB of RAM and will be available in either 16GB or 32GB storage options. This is admittedly very low but memory can be expanded via an SD cards lot, and will also come with 1TB of OneDrive storage if you were to opt for the 32GB model.
However it is only valid for a year so after that you will need to keep subscribing if you wish to have access to OneDrive. That being said at the end of the day, they are still really cheap so if you’re a student on a budget, this might be the perfect laptop for you to bring to class.