I’d buy a Chromebook with the screen for the money

The best-in-class, high-end Chromebook with a great screen for $2,999.

The Acer Chromebook 13 (2013) is the top-of-the-line Chromebook, but it’s also the cheapest of the bunch.

We’ve reviewed a few Chromebooks and reviewed the Dell Chromebook 13 and HP Chromebook 14 (2014), but we haven’t really looked at the $2k-plus Chromebooks that Google launched in September 2014.

And we’re not going to.

We want to know if you want a Chromebook that has the best screen for less than $2999.

Read on to find out.

The good The Acer’s screen is stunning.

If you can’t find a screen that’s great, or if you don’t mind the lack of a backlight, this is the one for you.

The hinge on the screen doesn’t feel too heavy.

You don’t need to worry about it moving around a lot when it’s open.

The screen is gorgeous.

It’s bright and vibrant, and it has excellent viewing angles.

It has a gorgeous 5.5-inch, 1080p display.

The 13 is a bit smaller than most Chromebooks, but its 13.3-inch screen is the same as the Acer’s.

The 15.6-inch version is a little larger, but still feels a little smaller than the Acer.

It also has a higher resolution than most ChromeOS laptops, so it’s much easier to work with.

There are some compromises in terms of screen resolution.

The Dell has a resolution of 1280 x 800 and the HP has 1366 x 768, but they’re not as sharp as the 15.2-inch display on the Acer or the Dell.

The best Chromebooks have a great display.

I’m a big fan of Dell’s 15.1-inch Chromebooks because they have the most amazing screen I’ve ever seen on a Chromebook.

If that display has a screen resolution of 1440 x 900, the Acer 13 has a 1440 x 800 display.

If it’s 1280 x 720, the HP 13 has 1360 x 768.

The display is bright, colorful, and sharp.

The touchpad on the Chromebooks is great.

It feels solid, with a nice feel.

I like that it has a clicky click that’s easy to reach without looking like it’s breaking.

You can scroll a lot on the touchpad.

I don’t like the keyboard on the 13.

It isn’t the best, but I appreciate the keyboard.

The keyboard feels great.

The buttons are long, but there’s enough room for them to do their job.

The left and right arrow keys are nice and responsive.

The volume buttons on the right are nice.

The backlight is bright and clear, and the LEDs on the front are easy to see and click on.

The battery is very good.

It lasted for about two hours, which is longer than the other 13 models.

There’s a charger on the laptop.

It works with all of the Acer Chromebooks.

The camera has good performance, too.

It shoots 1080p video and 720p still images.

It doesn’t have a laser autofocus, but the 13 is the only one that does.

It can shoot still images in 4K and 1080p, and HDR.

The webcam is great too.

There is a dedicated mic on the back of the keyboard, so you can hear your words.

The trackpad has a very nice clicky feel.

The power button is on the left side, and you can set a timer for when it will be turned on or off.

It will be powered on for 30 seconds, and then it will go off for 10.

I think that’s enough to get a lot of people through the day.

If there’s one downside to the Acer, it’s the lack to have a keyboard that can work with all Chromebooks from Dell, HP, and Acer.

The right-handed version is the easiest to use.

You have to reach down to the right of the touch pad to make a single click, and even then it takes a little while to get used to.

If a person is trying to type quickly and is having trouble, the right-hand version is probably the way to go.

If I have a few minutes to kill, I use the left-handed one.

It gives me a better grip.

There isn’t much room for a battery.

I got about a full charge of about 15 hours of use.

It worked pretty well for me.

The Chromebooks We’ve seen the Acer and Dell Chromebooks in a lot more pictures, so we’re going to focus on the one with the best specs right now.

The first thing we should point out is that the Acer is one of the more expensive Chromebooks on the market.

If this is your first time buying a Chromebook, you might be interested in getting the Dell, which costs $1,899.

The laptop is a high-definition 13.2 inch Chromebook,