Acer presents first tablet with Chrome OS

Acer has presented the first tablet with Chrome OS. The Chromebook Tab 10 has a 9.7″ screen with 4:3 ratio and a built-in stylus. It has been known for some time that the device was coming.

The stylus has a place at the bottom of the tablet and is from Wacom. Users do not have to charge them. Acer has made the tablet for schools, which work a lot with Chrome OS in the United States, Google writes. Acer will also sell the tablet to consumers.

The 9.7″ LCD of the Chromebook Tab 10 has a resolution of 2048×1536 pixels. The processor is a Rockchip OP1 soc, about which little is known. The Samsung Chromebook Plus and Asus Chromebook Flip C101 have the same processor. The memory has a The device has a size of 4GB, while the storage has a capacity of 32GB.There is a USB-C port for charging, a microSD slot and a 3.5mm jack.

The tablet will be released worldwide in May, while the Chromebook Tab 10 will already be in American stores in April. There it will cost $329. A price in euros is not yet known. Photos of the tablet already appeared in January. Then someone showed the Acer tablet at an education conference.

It is the first tablet with Chrome OS. Until now, Google put Android on its tablets and Chrome OS only appeared on laptops.