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Posted 19 July 2023

Acer Vero 14in i5 8GB 256GB Chromebook - Free c&c

£3.95 ·
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Possible extra 10% discount, which makes it £395. I received an email from Argos with 10% discount code for Chromebooks, so I guess they might have sent to their customers with unique 10% code.

Model number: CBV514-1H.

Part number: NX. KAJEK.003.

General features:

Size H2.04, W32.5, D22.43cm.
Weight 1.4kg.
CPU, Memory and Operating System:

Intel Core i5 - 1235U processor.
10 Core processor.
1.3GHz processor speed with a burst speed of 4.4GHz.
256GB SSD storage.
Google Chrome OS.
Display features:

14 inch screen.
Full HD Display.
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
12 ms response time.
Refresh rate60Hz.
178 degree viewing angle.
DVD optical drives:

Disc drive not included.

Integrated graphics .
Shared graphics card.
Interfaces and connectivity:

1 USB 3.2 port.
2 USB Type-C ports.
1 HDMI port.
Headphones jack.
Wi-Fi enabled.
Multimedia features:

Built-in mic.
Backlit keyboard.
DTS sound system.
General information:
Manufacturer's 1 year guarantee.
EAN: 4711121242199.
Argos More details at

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Edited by ToughLeo, 19 July 2023
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  1. NeverMe's avatar
    Got the i3 version about a month ago for a much lower price. Very sturdy and I like the feeling of the material they have used. Some people may not like it however and may prefer something metallic at this price range.

    If you proceed with a purchase remember to claim the free accessories pack from Acer (uk-offers.acer.com/ver…23/)
  2. MattThommmo's avatar
    £439 for a Chromebook.
    Why wouldn’t you just buy a Windows laptop at this point?
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  3. HottyHotty's avatar
    I love this Chromebook, really dig the materials they use on the windows or CB vero range.

    But... this is the non-touch version with a recessed screen which to me is kind of dated, and so even with money off I couldn't rec it.

    Most people would be better off with the Acer Spin 513 (mediatek version) which is in the same ballpark price, and is the wirecutters current top pick.
    plewis00's avatar
    Most would likely be better off with a used Chromebook where you can get the high-end ones for not a lot of money these days. An example would be the C434 posted at £140ish last night or the ASUS CX9400 that cost about £1k new but can be had for £300 now. They don’t seem to hold value well.

    The Vero lineup are recycled materials and do have a nice, albeit chunky look.
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