The newly publicized release of the Acer Spin 513 is notable not only for its obvious implication about how the Taiwanese elecronics maker will continue to invest in the Chrome OS segment moving forward. Besides that, it also marks the debut of the world’s first always-online Chromebook, which is how Qualcomm is eager to refer to this device.

That promise is deeply rooted in the Acer Spin 513’s support for 4G LTE connectivity. This feature is, naturally, enabled by the notebook’s system-on-chip, the Snapdragon 7c platform from Qualcomm. In effect, this makes the Acer Spin 513 as wireless as any modern smartphone. And having a consistent connection to the Internet is beneficial to staying productive on the go, which is the root of Qualcomm and Acer’s marketing pitch for the Spin 513.

The same can be said about its battery life as the Chromebook in question can remain autonomous for up to 14 hours on a single charge, a figure that beats the vast majority of other ultrabooks on the market, whether they are running Chrome OS or any other operating system.

An enterprise-focused edition of the said notebook is also available for pre-orders in the U.S. as of today.

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