It's been quite a while since we heard something about a "Chromebase", the informal term for an all-in-one desktop computer based on ChromeOS (as opposed to a Chromebook). Acer announced two new designs based on Intel 8th gene processors.
Chromebase 2412 and its more "Downside" Chromebase for Meetings 24Vs variant hides all their computers after a 24-inch 1080p touchscreen. Said guts include a maximum Core i7-8550U processor (a ChromeOS screamer), 4- 8 GB of RAM and 32-128 GB of storage The computers come with a USB-C port, plus four USB 3.1 ports, HDMI output, an SD card slot, and an Ethernet port, and both have a standard VESA mount. a nice touch and one that is not always included for all-in-one design.
Acer proposes 2412 for standard all-in-one consumer information, retail stores or schools and libraries. Chromebase for Meetings 24V2 also includes a 5MP forward-looking webcam and supports up to 100 people teleconferencing with Google's various G Suite chat tools. One hundred.
Because they run ChromeOS, both machines will get standard standard updates from Google and are compatible with both the Chrome Web Store and Google Play (A ndroid)
Source: PR Newswire via Chrome Unboxed