These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
Background and Identification
Acer was established in Melbourne, Australia, in 1930. The Acer company began with a staff of five and is now one of the world’s leading educational research institutions. Acer partnered with Google in 2008 and began to develop and launch the Chromebook. Since 2011, Acer has developed more than 20 Chromebook models, ranging from convertibles to touchscreen, as well as some with a stylus. The Acer Chromebook CB5-132T-C8ZW was one of the first models to be released. The Chromebook series became a very popular device due to the incorporation of the two-in-one, with both a laptop and a touch screen available in one device. The Acer Chromebook CB5-132T-C8ZW has been discontinued and is no longer being sold by Acer.
In order to correctly identify this device, look for the numbers above the bar code on the back of the Chromebook.
Operating System: Chrome OS
Manufacturer Part Number: CB5-132T-C8ZW
Screen:11.6" Touch screen
Laptop Accessory:N3060 4GB 16GB Convertible 2in1 Laptop
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics
Processor:Intel Celeron N3060 dual core processor
If having issues or complications with the Acer Chromebook CB5-132T-C8ZW
refer to our troubleshooting page. Acer Chromebook CB5-132T-C8ZW Troubleshooting
For a summary of the Chromebook specifications, click here.
For more in-depth specifications of the Chromebook, click here.
For a comparison of different Chromebook specifications, click here.