The Acer Chromebook CB315-3H is a cost-effective laptop for school, college and business

Until recently, Chromebooks were often unfairly underestimated by some users who believe that a good laptop must have Windows, MacOS, or possibly Linux in order to be considered a "real" notebook worth using for education, entertainment, business, and multimedia.

The Acer Chromebook CB315-3H is a cost-effective laptop for school, college and business

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Those more knowledgeable will immediately see that this is a cliché because Google would certainly never develop its own architecture of laptops that would serve only to be looked at, and we are now fully convinced when we get our hands on an Acer Chromebook CB315-3H that can be bought for $300.

In essence, although Chromebooks don’t have Windows or macOS, there’s Linux, which comes packaged in Google’s operating system called Chrome OS. If the word Linux itself sounds scary to you because you're afraid that without a lot of knowledge about that OS, you won't be able to use your Chromebook, we have to tell you that you're wrong here too. Namely, Chrome OS is the easiest Linux OS to use, because if you know how to use Android, then you will manage in it like a fish in water.

What are the benefits of a Chromebook?

The main advantage of Chromebooks over laptops with other software architectures is that they are based on Google Chrome, which means you use most things through the interface of the popular Google browser, and the only condition is that you are always connected to the Internet.

In other words, apart from the web browser and file storage folder, you don't need to use anything on your Chromebook, so the hardware that uses your Acer Chromebook CB315-3H will do all the work with high speed and efficiency, which is maintained on the slim profile of the device. Battery life can last you up to 10 hours of operation, which is almost science fiction for laptops from other platforms. As soon as you start using your Chromebook, you'll be amazed at what you can do with the software available on the web that Google offers for free, such as Google Sheets for spreadsheets, which is a great alternative to Excel, or Google Drive in the cloud.

Learning, studying, working, and having fun

If you’re wondering who will use this Acer Chromebook and for what, the answer is simple. It will be of great benefit to everyone. First of all, it will satisfy all the needs of professors, students, and students for stationary or distance learning, with the possibility of using all the applications for which there is a need or those that you can find and download in Google Play store. We've found that it's much better to install as little software as possible on your laptop because one of the biggest advantages of a Chromebook is that you run everything in the cloud directly from the Chrome browser, which will also save disk space. You have plenty of creative and production software from a number of manufacturers, including Microsoft and Adobe. In terms of multimedia, this Chromebook is perfect for playing or streaming music and movies online. The Google Play store also made an abundance of such applications, including, which you can also run from a browser.

If you want to play something in your leisure time, you will find a number of game titles on Google Play. By the way, Chromebooks have recently been supported by the Amazon Luna game streaming service, which means you can even play some supported AAA titles from your PC because the games run on Amazon's servers instead of on your computer. We personally think that this Chromebook will be the most attractive to pupils and teachers because it will provide them with everything they need for teaching in the classroom, but also from home. By: Amber V. - Zexron