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Sunday, June 15, 2014
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Acer C720P - Practical Chrome 26


This week on Practical Chrome we review the Acer C720P.  The C720 we all know and love as a fast, light, Intel powered performer get just a little better with this P variant.  We look at the differences, how it stands apart, and why these changes are touching.  That’s right we have our hands on a touch model at sub $350, and it is amazing!


Also in the news intel is bringing SIMD to JavaScript! We don’t know what it means either, but it is important.



Video
URL: http://youtu.be/an-DBUUHNZA

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Show Notes

News

Intel is bringing SIMD to JavaScript - link
VR and the Web - link
Google Working on Remote Wipe Feature for Chromebooks - link
Free Gogo Inflight Internet a No-Go For Newer Chromebooks - link
‘Project Athena’ Underway for Chrome — But What Is It? - link
Google Halts Work on Omnibar URL Hiding in Chrome - link
Neat Chrome-Android Hybrid video - link

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Main

Acer C720P Review!


Pros:
Larger SSD(32 instead of 16)
Glossy Glass screen(for touch)
Intel Processor
Great form factor - just like the C720
Touch screen


Cons:
Weight!
Glossy Glass screen
Touch screen


Acer Product Page - link

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MindMup - link
StackEdit - link
TeamLab - link

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Ashley Avileli - For SMID Javascript
Ian Rawlings - For MindMup

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