[BettFest 2021] More devices, protection and connectivity in an Exclusive Video.

2020 had been a year full of changes that we turned into a chance to listen even more closely to your needs.

We projected our and your ideas beyond the classroom, with exclusive partnerships and increasingly performing devices to make teaching and learning yet more interactive for all of you.

This year we are partnered with BettFest to present all the news we have in store for your learning through an on-demand video we are now pleased to share with all of you. “Inspire Daily. Learn Always.”: four words that renew our commitment to foster education endlessly, enabling learners of all generation with our Education line-up for 2021, starting with the new Acer Chromebook 511 and Acer Chromebook Spin 512, the first Acer education device coming with a complete antimicrobial solutions as a standard to keep it cleaner longer; moreover, our new TravelMate B3 and P4 Series are enhancing our Windows notebook solutions with faster and more secure Wi-Fi 6 connectivity and optional 4G LTE, while the complete and comprehensive ConceptD portfolio is unleashing new creative opportunities for design students, developers and creators of all ages.

BettFest Solutions Showcase

Do you want to discover more about our new devices and features? Contact us today: acerforeducation.emea@acer.com

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