The Acer Chromebook Enterprise Spin 713 is no stripped-down economic system version. Clad in aluminum as opposed to plastic with an antimicrobial Gorilla Glass display and touch pad, it is handed MIL-STD 810G assessments in opposition to risks consisting of a four-foot drop.
It has an HDMI port when almost all Chromebooks oblige users of outside video display units to fuss with a USB-C-to-Display Port or USB-C-to-HDMI dongle. The tall display makes the Spin a touch deeper than competition it is no longer ponderous, but a bit heavy to hold to your arms rather than leaving on your lap in pill mode.
Visually, it is a silver-grey rectangular with chrome accents. Black Chromebook and chrome Acer emblems beautify the lid. At the left edge are a USB type-C 3.2 ports, a USB type-A port, an audio jack, and a microSD card slot. Any other USB-C port and the HDMI port are on the right, placed between the strength button and an extent rocker.
The AC adapter plugs into both USB-C port, wireless communications consist of Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) and Bluetooth. The undertaking Athena requirements indeed are borne out within the Spin 713's conduct and battery existence. With a press of the strength button while switched off, the Acer brings you to Chrome OS's signal-in screen in only 5 or six seconds; resuming from sleep is almost instantaneous Wi-Fi takes some seconds to reconnect.
Brightness is adequate, no longer remarkable, but white backgrounds are properly white, and contrast is right. Viewing angles are large, and coloration are wealthy and well saturated contact-screen operations are responsive and positive.