Acer releases the All-In-One with OS Chrome, which has the similar design like iMac. Acer All-In-One is popular with the name Chromebase 24 and has a 23.8-inch display size with 1080p resolution. This is the first All-In-One desktop from Acer that adopts Chrome OS, as it was reported by Ars Technica.
We know it has a 23.8-inch 1080p IPS display (a touchscreen is available as an option), that comes equipped with Intel Core processors (presumably Skylake-based, but that hasn’t been announced), and that it includes “up to” 8GB of DDR3L RAM. The wording implies that versions with less RAM will be sold as well. All models will include 802.11ac Wi-Fi, gigabit Ethernet, three USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0 port, an SD card reader, and a webcam with four noise-canceling microphones. The display will be VESA mountable if you want the computer but don’t care for its distinctly iMac-esque stand, which can tilt at angles between 5 and 30 degrees.
The interesting thing is its iMac looks like design, foremost in term of design and hinge. Whether Apple objected with this design?