Acer’s got a new series on the way, called the Cloudbook, and the company have detailed what we can expect from their low-cost Windows machines. The Cloudbook 11 and Cloudbook 14 draw their inspiration from the Chromebook, of which Acer has made a few models as well. But these are all their own work. And Microsoft’s, we guess.

The Cloudbooks take their number suffix from the size of the display, so the Cloudbook 11 has an 11-inch screen and the Cloudbook 14… you get the idea. Both come with 1.6GHz processors and 2GB of RAM, as well as Windows 10.

The Cloudbook name comes from needing to do a lot of your work in the cloud. They start with 16GB of storage, but there are Office 365 subscriptions (one year) and OneDrive allocations (1TB for one year) with each model.

The Cloudbooks will be launching in the States this month and in September, we should see their stripped-down specs here at a later stage.

Source: Engadget

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