A: no but you can buy a usbc to hdmi cable
A: It's ridiculous that there is no HDMI on this unit. A deal-killer for me. I am still using my 5-year old Acer cb3-11 Chromebook that I now need to replace. It has half the RAM, half or a quarter of the memory (depending on the 311 model), a lesser processor, and a lower-resolution screen than the 311 Spin. And No touchscreen. I like Acer, and the Spin 311 seemed like a great upgrade in every way! Yet my old Acer which cost $100 has an HDMI port! Arghh!! Cannot believe you left it off, Acer. No deal..
A: Yes, this model allows you to insert an SD card and save files to the SD card for access offline.
A: Hi, Guam Touille! Regarding your question about the Acer 11.6" Touchscreen Convertible Spin 311 Chromebook, 32GB Storage, Intel Processor, Silver (CP311-2H-C7QD): Yes! You can put a SD card in this Chromebook and if you have the document in question on sheets, or notes already you can right click it and Turn on "Available offline." You can also in Google Docs go to file and download as a PDF or other format as well. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact MyTGTtech at 877-698-4883 every day, between 7am-11pm CST.
A: The CPU is Intel Celeron N4000 1.10 GHz, and memory is DDR4L. Please note memory and storage are not upgradeable on the Chromebook devices.
A: You can connect an external CD/DVD via USB, but please note that Chromebooks support read-only, and not burning CD/DVD media.
A: You can take pictures using the webcam located at the top center of the top cover.
A: You can still use the Chromebook, but it won't get any further updates from Google.
A: Hi, Wayno! Regarding your question about the Acer 11.6" Touchscreen Convertible Spin 311 Chromebook Laptop, 64GB Storage, Intel Processor, Silver (CP311-2H-C7QD): This doesn't require additional software to use. This uses it's own OS and doesn't need Windows. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact MyTGTtech at 877-698-4883 every day, between 7am-11pm CST.
A: A Chromebook would suit those needs fine, as long as you understand that Chromebooks run off apps like an Android phone or tablet. If he likes to play games we suggest you first check out Google Play Store to see if that game or app is available. Chromebooks are different from standard laptop products in that they are designed to be used primarily while connected to the Internet, with most applications and documents living in the cloud. Because of this they don’t have much for on board storage but they also are not expensive either. If you need to use third party software applications that must be installed on the computer, a Chromebook is likely not for you, where a Windows laptop would suit you better.
A: According to Google, the AUE for this model is June 2026.
A: No, the resolution of the LCD is 1366 x 768.