Acer Aspire 710 price in Malaysia & Specs for January, 2019

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Price List by Country for Acer Aspire 710

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 82.000 RM 0.00
Philippines PHP 92,070.00 RM 0.00

Acer Aspire 710 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
Model710-2833
DateJul 2013
Processor
Processor frequency1.1 GHz
Processor familyIntel® Celeron®
Processor model847
Processor cores2
Processor threads2
Processor cache2 MB
Processor cache typeL3
Processor socketBGA 1023
Processor lithography32 nm
Processor operating modes64-bit
Processor seriesIntel Celeron Processor 800 series for Mobile
Processor codenameSandy Bridge
Bus typeDMI
FSB ParityNo
Motherboard chipsetIntel® NM70 Express
Thermal Design Power (TDP)17 W
Tjunction100 °C
Maximum number of PCI Express lanes16
PCI Express slots version2.0
PCI Express configurations1x8,1x16,2x4,2x8
CPU multiplier (bus/core ratio)11
ECC supported by processorNo
Memory
Internal memory2 GB
Internal memory typeDDR3-SDRAM
Maximum internal memory4 GB
Optical drive
Optical drive typeNo
LightScribeNo
Display
Display diagonal29.5 cm (11.6")
Display resolution1366 x 768 pixels
TouchscreenNo
3DNo
HD typeHD
Aspect ratio16:9
LED backlightYes
Ports & interfaces
USB 2.0 ports quantity3
HDMI ports quantity1
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports1
DVI portNo
VGA (D-Sub) ports quantity1
Headphone outputs1
S/PDIF out portNo
Microphone inYes
Docking connectorNo
Charging port typeDC-in jack
ExpressCard slotNo
CardBus PCMCIA slot typeNo
SmartCard slotNo
Weight & dimensions
Weight1.38 kg
Width285 mm
Depth202 mm
Height27.9 mm
Keyboard
Numeric keypadNo
Pointing deviceTouchpad
Networking
BluetoothNo
3GNo
Wi-FiYes
Wi-Fi standardsIEEE 802.11a,IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g,IEEE 802.11n
Ethernet LANYes
Ethernet LAN data rates10,100 Mbit/s
Data networkNot supported
4G WiMAXNo
Storage
Total storage capacity16 GB
Storage mediaSSD
Card reader integratedYes
Number of SSDs installed1
Solid-state drive capacity16 GB
Solid-state drive interfaceSerial ATA II
Compatible memory cardsMMC,SD
Software
Operating system installedChrome OS
Camera
Front cameraYes
Design
Product colourGrey
Product typeChromebook
Form factorClamshell
Intel segment taggingEducation
Graphics
On-board graphics adapterYes
Discrete graphics adapterNo
On-board graphics adapter modelIntel® HD Graphics
Discrete graphics adapter modelNot available
On-board graphics adapter familyIntel® HD Graphics
On-board graphics adapter base frequency350 MHz
On-board graphics adapter dynamic frequency (max)800 MHz
Number of displays supported (on-board graphics)2

Reviews of Acer Aspire 710

pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2013-08-15
Very inexpensive, Ethernet and wireless connectivity
Cheap plasticky feel, Display has limited viewing angles
The main reason I'm reviewing the Acer C710-2457 Chromebook is because it's cheap. It costs $230 from Acer's Web site, and a close cousin of this model that's available only at Walmart costs a mere $199.Unfortunately, bargain pricing continues to be the m...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-08-12
One of the least expensive Chromebooks. Larger RAM means zippy performance. Full selection of ports, including HDMI and Ethernet. Keyboard blends traditional and Chrome layouts.
Smaller battery means shorter battery life. Smaller local storage. Chrome OS offers limited offline use. No 3G option
The laptop PC, as a product category, may be shrinking, but the ultra-budget category has actually seen sales grow, dominated by one name in particular: Chromebook. The ultra-low pricing and Web-centric Chrome operating system have undeniable appeal for s...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2013-08-09
The Acer C710-2457 is the least expensive Chromebook on the Google Play store, and comes with a set of base features competitive with Samsung's $250 Chromebook
Cheap-feeling Netbook-like construction, small touch pad, limited battery life, and unimpressive display and speakers, plus, Chrome OS is inherently limiting for offline use so this isn't as versatile as a traditional PC. Meager 16GB of onboard SSD storag...
It's become abundantly clear at this point that Chrome OS isn't going anywhere. Google's foray into browser-driven computing is more than an experiment: Chromebooks are still hanging on in the fringes of the laptop market, and even gaining in number. S...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-07-19
Very affordable, Smooth performance, Good display for the price
Below-average battery life, Plain design, Bottom gets hot, Slow SSD
Chromebooks, which run on Google's Chrome OS and are designed specifically for surfing the Web, can be as pricey as $1,300, but the most popular models go for under $300. At $229, the Acer C710-2457 is one of the least expensive Chromebooks we've reviewed...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-05-29
More RAM for better, zippier performance. Swappable 6-cell battery lasts longer on the road. Very affordable. Big 320GB hard drive for a Chromebook. Full selection of ports, including Ethernet and VGA. Keyboard blends traditional and Chrome layouts.
Unchanged design is still clunky. Chrome OS is limited. No 3G option
The Acer C7 Chromebook (C710-2055)$249.00 at Amazon updates last year's Acer C7 Chromebook (C710-2847)$249.00 at Amazon with better performance and longer battery life. Google's Chromebooks have long promised affordability and simplicity, and Acer's C7 Ch...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-04-22
Smooth performance, Good display for the price, Above-average battery life, Very affordable
Plain design, Relatively heavy for 11-inch laptop
Sometimes a cheap price isn't enough. The original $199 Acer C7 Chromebook delivered faster performance and more storage than its $249 Samsung rival, but it fell short in terms of endurance. This time around, Acer has increased the RAM from 2 GB to 4GB wh...
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zdnet.com
Reviewed on 2013-04-12
Acer set the price record for Chromebooks with its C7 that debuted for just $199. The 11.6-inch laptop was average for the genre, with the exception of a 320GB hard drive instead of flash storage. The four-hour battery life was short for a Chromebook, mar...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2013-01-21
If today we were reviewing the Acer Aspire One A0756-2641 notebook, from which the Acer C7 Chromebook is derived, then it would be really brief. Compromised, and too expensive. Priced at around $329, the spec sheet is spared utter embarrassment by ha...
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techspot.com
Reviewed on 2012-12-13
$199 is hard to beat. Chrome OS works well for what it does. Excellent connectivity and decent performance
Build quality is lacking and battery life is on the low side. OS ecosystem is very limiting. Even at this price, we feel the competition has more rounded options
A $200 laptop is a difficult thing to assess. On one hand, the Acer C7 Chromebook has that shockingly low price tag, on the other, there is weak build quality and a netbook-grade processor. The trade-offs the buyer must be willing to make are not trivi...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-12-07
Dirt cheap at $199. Relatively enormous 320GB hard drive. Full selection of ports, including Ethernet and VGA. Swappable battery. Keyboard blends traditional and Chrome layouts.
Clunky design. Short battery life. Chrome OS is limited. No 3G option
The netbook isn't dead, it just got Chrome'd. With the Acer C7 Chromebook (C710-2847)%displayPrice% at %seller%, Google has finally cut down the price of the Chromebook to an undeniably affordable $200, using a netbook-esque design, but infusing it with t...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2012-12-03
$199. $199, Performs better than Samsung's more expensive ARM-based counterpart, Plenty of ports, Great for tinkerers or hobbyists
Thick and heavy relative to other Chromebooks and Ultrabooks, Four-hour-or-less battery life is low by today's standards, Tiny arrow keys are easy to miss and hard to get used to, All-plastic construction is reasonably sturdy but not very attractive, Chro...
I have two big problems with Chrome OS and Chromebooks as a product category. The first is I think that Chrome OS, while an interesting experiment, is limited by its very nature to a narrow set of use cases (mostly individuals and small businesses who rel...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-30
Good keyboard and touchpad, Attractive display, Snappy performance, Amazing value
Quiet, lackluster speakers, Poor battery life
Besides Samsung, Acer is the only other company to release a Chromebook – though there's speculation of Google releasing its own Chromebook . Acer didn't bring much attention to itself with its first Chromebook, which simply wasn't as good as Samsung's, l...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-30
Low price, Good port selection, 320GB hard drive plus 100GB of cloud storage
Very short battery life, Bland and relatively thick design
Google is dedicated to bringing its Chrome operating system -- and the best of the Web -- to all, and the Acer C7 Chromebook hits the lowest price yet. Beating the recently released Samsung Series 3 Chromebook by a full $50, this laptop costs just $19...
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liliputing.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-29
A Chromebook is basically a laptop that runs Google’s Chrome Operating System. Up until recently all Chromebooks have also taken a few design cues from Google, shipping with 16GB of solid state storage instead of a large hard drive, and with a custom ...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-28
The Acer C7 Chromebook is the most recent addition to the Chromebook universe and one of Google's chosen few to be featured on their very own Chomebook portal. This device sits aside the Samsung Series 3 Chromebook as one of three (the other being a sligh...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-20
The Acer C7 Chromebook's very affordable price is its best asset, plus it's got plenty of ports and a large hard drive. It boots up quickly and is simple to use
Saddled with an ugly design, finicky touch pad, and short battery life, this feels like a far cry even from most budget laptops. The Chrome OS is still too limiting, though it's made some strides in a year
Chromebooks are an oddity of the modern computing world: neither tablet nor laptop, and eschewing the concept of apps in the way an iOS or Android user might know them. A Chromebook is a Web browser-centric device that looks at first glance like a Netb...
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pcper.com
Reviewed on 2011-08-15
We have our heads in the clouds. Once a dream, cloud computing is now common and used to support everything from file sharing to email. Here at PC Perspective, for example, we often make use of Dropbox. Storing certain files “in the cloud” is much ...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-04-02
Inexpensive; Suitable for customers with either Mac or Windows PCs at home; Features plenty of hard drive space; Small power pack;
Lack of speed can be noticed; Mediocre battery life; Not the best keyboard; A not-so-obvious file management system means making use of the massive hard drive isn't as easy as you think;
I’m not a Mac, and I’m not a PC, but I can certainly work with both, and I’m less expensive than either. Hello, I’m a Chromebook. It’s the sort of advertisement you can imagine existing, and Google’s Chromebook certainly needs something to explain wha...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-03-24
Good overall performance, Vibrant screen, Good keyboard and touchpad
Short battery life, Can get noticeably warm, Sticky Backspace key
Acer's C710 (Q1VZC) is one of the two Chromebooks to be recently released on the Australian market, and it's a different beast to the Samsung XE303C12 that we reviewed a few days ago. It's also an 11.6in model, but it looks more like a traditional Wind...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-11-21
The Acer C7 Chromebook's very affordable price is its best asset, plus it's got plenty of ports and a large hard drive. It boots up quickly and is simple to use
Saddled with an ugly design, finicky touch pad, and short battery life, this feels like a far cry even from most budget laptops. The Chrome OS is still too limiting, though it's made some strides in a year
Chromebooks are an oddity of the modern computing world: neither tablet nor laptop, and eschewing the concept of apps in the way an iOS or Android user might know them. A Chromebook is a Web browser-centric device that looks at first glance like a Netbook...
Read more >