Acer Chromebook R11 CB5-132T 11.6-Inch Notebook - (White) (Intel N3060 Celeron Processor, 4 GB RAM, 32 GB eMMC, Chrome OS) £233.94 @ Amazon
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Acer Chromebook R11 CB5-132T 11.6-Inch Notebook - (White) (Intel N3060 Celeron Processor, 4 GB RAM, 32 GB eMMC, Chrome OS) £233.94 @ Amazon

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Found 26th AprEdited by:"SteTheDon"
  • 11.6-inch 16:9 IPS HD Touchscreen (1366 x 768)
  • Intel Celeron N3060 Dual-core 1.60 GHz
  • 4 GB RAM, LPDDR3 and 32GB eMMC Storage
  • 360 degree Acer Dual-Torque hinge - Patterned Aluminium Cover
  • Up to 12 hours battery life

Seems to be £280 everywhere else. 4GB Ram version. Can price match with currys if any available at your local store.
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I had the 13 inch version of this R13. Bought for only £199 in sale. But CPU seems very slow and usb c socket does not support Displayport Alternate mode so got rid of it. Buy Asus C302CA instead.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 26th Apr
This is a good price at the moment, although it was briefly down to £199 in the Christmas sales, and for a little longer when launched. It is a fast, responsive Chromebook with a good, bright screen. It has access to the Play Store, though a lot of applications there are not optimised for the screen size. The touchpad is annoying - the left click (single finger tap) works well enough but the right click (double finger tap) is fiendishly difficult to execute. Double finger scrolling works well. Manipulating and editing text with keystrokes and the touchpad is also difficult. I use a bluetooth mouse. If you are looking for a Chromebook which is both stylish and functional, you should be pleased with this as a choice. I hope you get some heat!
lfstone4 m ago

This is a good price at the moment, although it was briefly down to £199 …This is a good price at the moment, although it was briefly down to £199 in the Christmas sales, and for a little longer when launched. It is a fast, responsive Chromebook with a good, bright screen. It has access to the Play Store, though a lot of applications there are not optimised for the screen size. The touchpad is annoying - the left click (single finger tap) works well enough but the right click (double finger tap) is fiendishly difficult to execute. Double finger scrolling works well. Manipulating and editing text with keystrokes and the touchpad is also difficult. I use a bluetooth mouse. If you are looking for a Chromebook which is both stylish and functional, you should be pleased with this as a choice. I hope you get some heat!


Telling Porkies. This is not fast at all. Buy one with better CPU inside.
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sam_of_london20 m ago

I had the 13 inch version of this R13. Bought for only £199 in sale. But …I had the 13 inch version of this R13. Bought for only £199 in sale. But CPU seems very slow and usb c socket does not support Displayport Alternate mode so got rid of it. Buy Asus C302CA instead.


Is that the one for only an extra £360?
lfstone21 m ago

This is a good price at the moment, although it was briefly down to £199 …This is a good price at the moment, although it was briefly down to £199 in the Christmas sales, and for a little longer when launched. It is a fast, responsive Chromebook with a good, bright screen. It has access to the Play Store, though a lot of applications there are not optimised for the screen size. The touchpad is annoying - the left click (single finger tap) works well enough but the right click (double finger tap) is fiendishly difficult to execute. Double finger scrolling works well. Manipulating and editing text with keystrokes and the touchpad is also difficult. I use a bluetooth mouse. If you are looking for a Chromebook which is both stylish and functional, you should be pleased with this as a choice. I hope you get some heat!


Heat given, love this when it was on display in Currys. Posted a deal on this too. What's the make of your Bluetooth mouse?
Edited by: "win26" 26th Apr
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lfstone20 m ago

This is a good price at the moment, although it was briefly down to £199 …This is a good price at the moment, although it was briefly down to £199 in the Christmas sales, and for a little longer when launched. It is a fast, responsive Chromebook with a good, bright screen. It has access to the Play Store, though a lot of applications there are not optimised for the screen size. The touchpad is annoying - the left click (single finger tap) works well enough but the right click (double finger tap) is fiendishly difficult to execute. Double finger scrolling works well. Manipulating and editing text with keystrokes and the touchpad is also difficult. I use a bluetooth mouse. If you are looking for a Chromebook which is both stylish and functional, you should be pleased with this as a choice. I hope you get some heat!


Are we supposed to vote on a deal based on the best current price because if that's how voting works, I don't see why this shouldn't get heat...

Lol I actually giggled at that myself.
Decent Chromebook but mine packed up a month after the 12 month warranty expired, Acer charged me £37 to tell me it needed a new mainboard that would cost £240! Avoiding Acer from now on
SteTheDon6 h, 3 m ago

Is that the one for only an extra £360?


At least it will be money well spent, not £ 233.94 for a dud .I saw C302CA for £399 in sale. Acer could have put a better CPU in this thing like Asus. It looks good but very slow performance.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 26th Apr
sam_of_london26th Apr

.I saw C302CA for £399 in sale.


Where? When?
Edited by: "Murtin" 28th Apr
If your motherboard packed up after 12 months, tell them you want the unit replaced under the Sale of Goods Act. Items have to be of reasonable/merchantable quality etc etc and 12 months for this type of item is not reasonable. The fact that they warrant their goods for 12 months is totally irrelevant- it can’t replace or override your rights in law. Google your rights, you will win your case
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