Jide has been on a role after launching Remix OS 2.0 earlier this year. Currently in beta, the desktop optimized version of Android has some good design ideas that allows for multitasking and productivity. In partnership with display maker AOC, Jide is making an all-in-one PC that runs Remix OS 2.0.
First announced in April, Acer is today officially launching its Chromebase all-in-one (DC221HQ) for customers in the US. Two models are available, one with a touch display for $429 and another without the touch display for $329.
Specs for both models include a 21.5-inch 1080p HD display, NVIDIA Tegra K1 quad-core processor, 4GB RAM, 16GB SSD, a built-in webcam, a stand that tilts 15 to 75 degrees and offers VESA mount compatibility, and, of course, Chrome OS. You’ll also find the usual USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports, Bluetooth, and WiFi offerings.
The non-touch screen version of the new Acer Chromebase is available through retailers this month for $329, while the multi-touch model will ship next months or $429.