Acer - 15.6" Touch-Screen Chromebook - Intel Pentium - 4GB Memory - 32GB eMMC Flash Memory - Pure silver
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- Acer - 15.6" Touch-Screen Chromebook - Intel Pentium - 4GB Memory - 32GB eMMC Flash Memory - Pure silver
- Acer Chromebook 15 CB515-1HT-P39B
- 4-cell battery
- USB-C power adapter
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Automatically downloads and installs security and software updates, so you don't have to waste your time managing patches and waiting for restarts.
CineCrystal glossy screen technology maintains the vivid colors in your photos and videos. The 1920 x 1080 resolution boasts impressive color and clarity. IPS technology. LED backlight.
Adequate high-bandwidth RAM to smoothly run multiple applications and browser tabs all at once.
This ultracompact memory system is ideal for mobile devices and applications, providing enhanced storage capabilities, streamlined data management, quick boot-up times and support for high-definition video playback.
Easily save your files to your Google Drive account for secure access wherever you go. You can also sync with your other devices running Chrome and even work offline when needed. Fees may apply.
On-processor graphics with shared video memory provide everyday image quality for Internet use, basic photo editing and casual gaming.
Ultrathin and ultralight for maximum portability, featuring a smaller screen size and omitting the DVD/CD drive to achieve the compact form factor. 4-cell lithium-ion battery.
Offers a sleek look.
Wirelessly transfer photos, music and other media between the desktop and your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone or MP3 player, or connect Bluetooth wireless accessories.
To maximize performance on the latest high-speed devices.
USB 3.0 ports are backward-compatible with USB 2.0 devices (at 2.0 speeds).
Supports microSD and microSDXC memory card formats.
Connect to a Wireless-AC router for nearly 3x the speed, more capacity and wider coverage than Wireless-N. Backward-compatible with all other Wi-Fi networks and hotspots.
Makes it easy to video chat with family and friends or teleconference with colleagues over Google Hangouts or other popular applications.
Work, play and do right out of the box with Search, Gmail, Talk, YouTube and Hangouts, then personalize with the Chrome Web Store. Multiple layers of protection defend against viruses and malware.
Headphone/microphone combo jack.
Note: This Chromebook does not include a built-in DVD/CD drive.
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Beautiful, Fast, Slim, Great Battery-Just Amazing!October 7, 2017
This Acer Chromebook may have the same effect upon you that it did for me. It is simply, an awesome package of technology and functionality, wrapped in a beautiful and sturdy silver aluminum body. If looks could kill this would be on the FBI Most Wanted list, but instead, it should be on every tech-geek’s Most Needed list. I have been a devoted Microsoft user going all the way back to MS-DOS in the computer stone ages. I have used every Windows version from 3.1 to 10 when each arrived. So when I say that I resisted the concept of a non-Windows laptop you can understand my perspective. When Chromebooks were introduced about six years ago (June 2011), my reaction was that it seemed like a regression to the old days of dumb terminals, networked and dependent upon a central computer. How could you trust that your data was safe unless it was in your own, local hard drive? How could you use a device that needed internet connection constantly? Well, since that time the ubiquity of wireless networks has eliminated one of my objections. Essentially all public spaces and most homes have fast internet access. And ten years of experience with smart phones has quelled my concern about using cloud storage. And in that time Chromebooks have evolved from cheap, stripped-down devices to become viable competitors to Windows laptops. This Acer Chromebook (CB515-1HT) has nearly every feature that you would want. The screen is a gorgeous HD (normally 1920x1080 but also supports 2160x1215) 15.6” LED with excellent touch control. It has two large speakers facing up on either side of the lighted keyboard, a nice 1MP camera with a wide view for video chats and a sensitive microphone for voice control. Processing power is supplied by an Intel Pentium Apollo Lake 2.5 GHz quad-core processor, 4 GB RAM and 32 GB SS hard drive. Connections include802.11AC/MIMO WiFi. two USB Type C (which are also the external display and power adapter connection points), two USB 3.0, BlueTooth, headphone, Micro SD and GoogleCast. The battery is outstanding, giving a full 12 hours of use between recharges. There is no fan so the laptop is elegantly silent in use. It is very thin – when closed it is 0.74 inches – not much thicker than an iPhone in a case! How well does it work? Just as beautiful as it looks! It powers up instantly, connects to your WiFi network effortlessly and holds that connection regardless of how far you are from the access point thanks to the AC/MIMO technology. Coming from a Windows background I had to learn the Chrome approach to launching programs. No desktop icons – just links to installed apps on the start page, but you can set those small mini-icons into the “shelf” (equivalent to the Windows taskbar.) It is very light – less than 4 pounds, nicely balanced with a great lighted keyboard and big touchpad. Chromebooks do not need anti-virus software because you are not really running a full operating system locally, just accessing Google’s Linux-based OS. This eliminates most problems that plague Windows laptops. Hundreds of useful applications, entertainment options and games are available for free from the Google Store. Besides Google Docs, the Microsoft Office suite is available for free as an online application. With its massive battery life, great connectivity, incredible screen and speakers this Chromebook makes watching Netflix or Amazon Prime away from your TV a real joy! Think of this laptop as the ultimate tablet since you can run almost any Android app, easily browse the web, run Office applications, listen to music, watch videos, shop and do it all with the benefit of a real keyboard rather than trying to tap away at a screen. If you have a Google Cast TV you can easily connect it wirelessly and enjoy everything on your big video display. When you consider all of its functionality you will agree that the price is a bargain. I enthusiastically recommend this Acer Chromebook!
I would recommend this to a friend
New 15" Metal Chromebook w/Android App SupportOctober 17, 2017
ACER CHROMEBOOK 15 MODEL #CB515-1HT-P39B SETUP & USE Out-of-the-box, I was amazed at how easy it was to set up this Chromebook. As a lifetime Windows user, I found it surprisingly simple. Just plug it in, connect to your Wi-Fi, log in, or create a Google acct., & you’re off & running. For Windows users, the main thing to understand is that you can’t install traditional desktop software on this notebook. So, though it looks & feels like a laptop, Chromebook is really a different breed of portable computer. It runs on Google’s web-based Chrome operating system & is designed to be used w/an internet connection. Google’s Chrome browser is Chromebook’s principal user interface. Chromebooks heavily feature & are optimized for Google’s suite of cloud/web-based apps, including: Google Calendar, Docs, Drive, Search, Sheets, Talk, Hangouts, YouTube, & Gmail, etc. Google gives you 100GB of free Google Drive cloud storage w/a Chromebook purchase, though that only lasts for 2yr, after which you'll get only 15GB of free storage. Unfortunately, popular software apps like MS Office suite & Adobe Photoshop, etc., aren't available on Chromebooks. But MS Office Online, the free cloud version of Office, is available as a webpage in the Chrome browser, & you can always use the native Google Drive to open/edit docs/spreadsheets. Because Chromebook is meant primarily for online use, the onboard technical specs aren't as important as they are for traditional Windows-based laptops. Just as Chromebook isn’t designed for traditional desktop software, neither is it intended for serious gamers. In general, Chromebooks are affordable, portable, & offer decent performance. And the introduction of Android apps is both increasing Chromebook capabilities & user productivity to the level that many are now considering their Chromebook as a desktop replacement. If you’re already familiar w/the Chrome OS & you like or prefer Google’s apps/services, Chromebook is a good choice for home, work, school, & fun. MY LATEST CHROMEBOOK MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCE Last weekend I couldn’t wait to finish streaming a fascinating Netflix documentary that I’d started earlier in the week. Without any light in the bedroom, I sat up in bed, opened my Chromebook on my lap, used the beautiful LED backlight touchscreen, backlit keyboard, & earbuds plugged into the headphone jack, & watched the last ½-hr of the movie—all without disturbing my spouse. Besides the total silence of the fan-less Chromebook, my thighs never felt like they were on fire—the way they used to feel from the heat radiating from my previous hot-running laptops w/their heavy mechanical hard drives & noisy fans. And when I’m not using the Chromebook in silent mode, I can still lower the speaker volume for quiet environs, as I no longer have to overcome a noisy fan. PROS -Looks: The thin brushed aluminum case is sleek & sturdy. It has a high-end, minimalist look to it. -Display: Chromebooks usually have smaller displays, but I really like this larger 15.6” multimedia display. Why spend life hunched over & squinting at small displays? (Likewise, I always choose the largest available smartphone display option when I upgrade phones.) This Full HD 1080p display offers big, bright, vivid colors w/minimal glare, which makes viewing photos & YouTube & Netflix videos much more enjoyable. -Portability: Lightweight, easy to carry -Ports-a-Plenty: 2 USB 3.0, 2 USB 3.1 Type C, MicroSD, left- AND right-side power jacks, & a headphone jack -Performance: Both the Intel Pentium quad core processor & the flash drive are quick, quiet, & responsive. -Touchscreen: I use it more than the trackpad -Trackpad: Tactilely, it sounds/feels cheap when clicked on, although it’s smooth when moving the cursor. -Keyboard: Full-sized -Webcam: Wide-angle lens accommodates more participants in video chats -Multiple User Sign-On Ability -Bluetooth 4.2: faster, more reliable, & higher capacity connectivity, convenience, & security -Battery Life: Very good. I enjoyed ~ 12hr in the 1st unplugged cycle, including a fair amount of video streaming. -Value: Good value for the price CONS -Printing: Very difficult to set up without a Cloud Print-enabled printer -Speakers: Claims of a ‘stunning entertainment experience’ are overrated. Unfortunately, the 2 upward-facing stereo speakers are tinny w/absolutely no bass. Music sounds distorted/scratchy at increased volume. SPECS -Operating System: Google Chrome OS: auto-downloads/installs security/software updates; no more patches/restarts. -Security: Offers multiple layers of built-in protection to defend against viruses/malware when using Google apps. -Cloud Support: Save files to Google Drive for secure access wherever you go. Sync w/other Chrome devices & work offline when needed. -Multimedia Features: 2 upward-facing stereo speakers, long battery life, & 2+ million apps (& games) from Google Play Store -Aesthetics: Sleek, brushed aluminum build feels very sturdy, yet lightweight, due to its thin profile. The finish hides smudges well, & the TouchPad is framed w/chamfered (grooved/beveled) edges. -Webcam: HDR (Hi-Dynamic Range) 1280 x 720p 88° wide-angle lens delivers clearer, more natural images w/improved color for photos, video chats, & teleconferences. -Wi-Fi: 2x2 MIMO (Multiple-Input Multiple-Output) 802.11ac wireless LAN w/data rates ~3x faster vs. 802.11n -Bluetooth 4.2: Wirelessly transfer photos/music between your Chromebook & desktop, smartphone, MP3 player. -Processor: Intel Pentium N4200 1.1 GHz Quad Core -Memory: LPDDR4 (Low Power Double Data Rate) 4GB RAM: Lower power consumption/faster memory speeds -Storage: eMMC (embedded Multi-Media Card) 32GB Flash Drive provides data stability/durability, quick boot-ups, & support for HD video playback. -Display: Immersive 15.6” Full HD (1920 x 1080 resolution) IPS (In-Plane Switching) multi-touch CineCrystal LCD panel w/glossy screen display technology using newer LED backlighting—resulting in brighter, more vivid color reproduction (regardless of viewing angle) & better contrast ratios for improved clarity for photos/movies; 16:9 aspect ratio. -Touchscreen: Google Play apps are mostly designed for touchscreens vs. devices relying on trackpads/mice. -Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 505 (integrated/on-processor); LPDDR4 Shared Graphics Memory: good image quality for internet use, basic photo editing, & casual gaming -Ports/Connectors: 2 USB 3.0 ports (blue) & 2 USB 3.1 Type-C ports (doubles transfer speed of USB 3.0 to 10Gbps & allows up to 100W power output; so, it can also charge the device): maximizes latest hi-speed devices for easy transfer of text/data files, photos, & movies at 10x USB 2.0 speed (backwards compatible w/USB 2.0 devices). Other ports incl.: 3.5mm headphone/microphone jack & 1 microSD media card reader. -Input Devices: TouchScreen, TouchPad, & backlit chiclet keyboard -Battery: 4-cell 3220mAh Lithium-Polymer; up to 12hr battery life -AC Power Adapter: 45W, USB-Type C -Dimensions: 15”w x 10”d x .75”h -Weight: ~ 4 lbs. -Warranty: 1yr limited
I would recommend this to a friend
Absolutely love my Acer Chromebook 15!October 5, 2017
Acer Chromebook 15 comes with big screen with IPS display. The processor is lightning fast and it is pentium quad core processor N4200 and absolutely no lag with the 4 GB RAM version. It comes with 32GB SSD and supports 802.11 AC wireless, Bluetooth 4.0 The screen is big, nice and clear, bright, and vibrant IPS display. The keyboard is more natural feeling and the trackpad is bigger and very easier to use. The speakers quality is great and the sound is better than any laptop to date. . It is louder and clearer. The Chrome software is running better than ever, and all apps are working fine. Charging time is super fast and reaching 50% power to 100% in less than an hour. It is very lightweight and does not heat up even after continuous use. With full charge, i was able to use more than 10 hours which is huge bonus for power users. The Full HD, 1920x1080, 15.6-inch Full HD IPS touch screen display is simply beautiful and colors are very natural and rich. I was able to view the screen from 180 degree angle and still able to read the words. It comes with HD camera with wide angle support perfect for video calls, 2 USB TYPE C ports for charging, USB 3.0 Ports in both sides. I absolutely love my Acer Chromebook 15 and recommend to anyone without any hesitation.
I would recommend this to a friend
I think I'm giving up Windows 10 for good!October 4, 2017
This is my first time ever using a Chromebook to any degree and I can't stress enough how amazingly good it feels to own and use. The purpose of this review was to talk about the hardware surrounding this amazing OS. Which I will do first then talk about my experience with Chrome OS from a Window 10 user. Acer really came with a powerful Chromebook this time around and one I can't stop raving about. I'm even typing this review from it. Design: The design is great with the aluminum well-constructed throughout the top and surrounding the keyboard. there is a nice silver trim that just gives off the illusion of luxury. The Acer logo shines while the Chrome logo gives it a nice color, everything about the laptop feels nice even the bottom of the laptop which is plastic. Oh, want to know the best thing about this Chromebook? It is extremely lightweight, lighter then any laptop I've held in previous years. I can pick this up with one hand and place it down easy. it certainly feels lighter than an iPad Pro 12" with a 3rd party keyboard attached. I am so happy with the fanless design as well having a fanless laptop is just a breath of fresh air. Screen: Oh yes, the very thing I'm sure you would be buying this for. The screen is BEAUTIFUL for a Chromebook! it's a 1080p IPS Muti-Touch panel. And yes it's gorgeous to look at. Nothing and I mean nothing looks ugly on this screen. Having the touchscreen allows you to use the Google play apps that are available. (which is a treat within itself but I'll get to that later.) I am able to multitask with more than one screen open at once. The screen gets really bright when you turn up the brightness and gets low enough not to disturb anyone next to you. YouTube Netflix and Hulu all look amazing on the vibrant screen. (The actual screen resolution 2160 x 1215 if that counts.) Sound: The speakers are placed on each side of the keyboard and the speakers are LOUD. There are not tiny small speakers at all and they sound way more fuller than anything on a tablet. Youtube at its loudest is a treat to hear but listening to music on Google Play Music, Pandora, Spotify, and (with a few hoops) Apple Music sounds flawless. There isn't a lot of bass in the speakers but they do get loud enough for people to enjoy. When the speakers on this laptop aren't enough, When connected through Bluetooth you can use any wireless speakers you have. Don't have Bluetooth? Well just use the headphone jack on the side of the laptop. But the speakers are amazing on the laptop itself. Performance: I'm not sure whats inside the Acer Chromebook 15, It says Intel Pentium but to tell you guys the truth whatever version it is....it's Blazing fast. in fact, this almost feels like overkill for a Chromebook. This laptop cuts through whatever Chromebooks do. I played Asphalt 8, GTA Series, Sonic CD, and Implosion games and it ran all the games without any issues. Acer Chromebook also never overheats at all. I had multiple tabs in chrome open while using some Android apps. It opens up a whole new mind of mindset getting used to having an OS so smooth with Google Play store. Other apps like Netflix, Youtube, Hulu, Amazon, and Xfinity Stream all was here working just fine with the respective apps. If doing basic task is something you need this is a performer as it comes with 4GB of memory which is a good amount for this laptop. Battery Life: THE STAR OF THE SHOW. I have never ever witness battery life in a laptop EVER such as this! I kid you not this laptop does last around the 12-hour mark. I was getting INSANE standby time. If this is the future of Chrome OS I am all for it. my Windows 10 Laptop can't even last 4 hours before crapping out. The Acer Chromebook 15 last so long before needed another charge. Certainly the first laptop I can confidently walk out the door and be safe about it lasting all day. I have been on Chromebook since 3:24 PM, it is now 9:35 PM and I still have 60% left off the first charge with brightness about 75%. Stamina is what this Chromebook is all about! Keyboard: The keyboard works well with a nice travel between them. They are pretty satisfying to click even as I type this review in the dark. Oh yeah, The keys are backlit! They are bright enough to get work done at later hours of the night. There are some annoyances that I personally don't like about it. One is the long "search" on the left. I nearly hit the key every time near the "a" on the keyboard. Though I think this is just a chrome thing. Another problem I have with the keyboard is that there are two icons that are "gears" one is a big one and one is a small one, you control the brightness with these keys and they feel mislabeled and nothing that could resemble brightness...Again this is my first Chromebook. Media Music controls would have been appreciated but that is not a big deal. I/O ports and others: Kensington lock slot, 2 USB-C ports for charging on each side of the laptop, 2 USB 3.0, MicroSD card slot, and headphone jack all work fine.using a 128 GB SD and it reads everything from it. if you need ports its funny enough here on this Chromebook 15. There is a webcam and the quality is ok, nothing to write home about. Its there if you need it but that is about it. MIMO Wireless is supported so superfast Wifi is here. Chrome OS: I'm a Windows user and have been since the 90s, This was my first time using Chrome OS and I love it. From the Superfast bootup times to using Apps in the Google play store It just a blast to use, work with, and, own. It feels like a very mature Android Laptop but so much more. For years going through Windows issues, it feels like none of that is here. It's designed to get you to where you need to be online and fast. I was once a non-believer of Chromebooks now I can't stop recommending them to everyone who just needs a basic PC to do task fast. Infact now that I think about it, I didn't even need to learn much to understand Chrome OS on it own. it was very easy to setup and start using. The OS is just design to be easy and it shows. Google Play: The very reason why I jumped into Chrome OS now, The Google Play Store is the BIGGEST reason to own the Acer Chromebook 15! Every app I used worked without a problem so far. To me the Google play store opens up this Chromebook to everyone, with so many apps that work with it there is no reason why not to get one. Got Apple music running, Play emulators, Unkilled was a blast to see on a big screen, Streamed Sling TV, Youtube is flawless and all of this was thanks to the power of Android apps running behind it. There is nothing like using the google play store on Acer Chromebook 15 combined with the screen. I don't know how they got this to work as good as they did but I have to give big props to Google. My final word is I love it, I love everything about it because it feels like the hardware with the software is unmatched. The build is phenomenal, the OS is fluid with the performance. This is one of the best PC-like experiences I ever used. For my basic needs, I will always use this Chromebook 15 and one I'm most likely going to keep using going forward. because Acer did an outstanding job. I had no shortcomings from using the device and would recommend this to my family and friend.
I would recommend this to a friend
Powerful, Fast Large Screen ChromeBookOctober 6, 2017
This Acer Chromebook 15 sits right in the sweet spot of Chromebooks I think. It does not have a high end Intel processor but does have a nice Intel quad core processor which provides plenty of juice for a Chromebook. Also it has 4GB memory, 32 GB of eMMC storage - this is a little slower than SSD but faster than HDD. It also has a beautiful touchscreen. After testing all the features I feel that Acer came up with a great combination of power, speed, function and price point. If you like Chromebooks already, you will love this one. It is solid and the battery life is super, partly because of the low power needs of the processor and also because Chromebooks typically use less power. If you are a Windows or Mac user, you most likely (unless you've got a souped up Gamer machine) won’t see a degradation of speed since this type of OS is simplified on purpose and therefore doesn’t always have all the bells and whistles. I did notice that many things missing in earlier Chromebooks are now easy to find like the battery level indicator. I also liked that it has a USB-C port on either side and you can plug the power supply into either side – now that is nice design. You even get a backlit keyboard which is great on airplanes and I think I will always want this feature. Also there is a useful micro SD card slot, a USB3.0 and a headphone jack. The speakers are top facing and have very nice sound. They also stuck in Intel HD graphics and a HD wide angle webcam – amazing total package. I did notice that an oddball type mouse (Brookstone scanner mouse) gave the OS fits i.e. mouse cursor disappeared, but a ‘normal’ mouse worked fine. Also the touchpad has smooth feel and has multiple finger gestures – nice. The WiFi is 802.11 AC dual band, so this is great to see that Acer did not cut corners here; also it has Bluetooth. The Chrome OS is solid and there are lots of apps. You can download additional Microsoft Office like tools, however I found them to be overdone for what you need. What you need in this area is quite nicely filled for free with Google Docs including spreadsheet, word processor and chart maker. All of these programs are simple to use but have quite a bit of useful features – I loved them. I have used Lotus Smartsuite, Open Office, Libre, MS Office and others; and I prefer the Google Docs tools, except for Excel. You might like apps like Google Play Music, Pandora, etc. Everything installed fine – no glitches. I loaded a Personal Finance app and plan to use only the Chromebook for finance stuff and keep it off my Windows PC’s. You don’t need an antivirus program for Chromebooks it is built in – nice and saves on maintenance costs. If you want to dig into things like CROSH you can, and there are developer tools. CROSH is a shell environment that is provided with Chrome OS. It is kind of like MS DOS and allows users to run commands directly from Chromeos. People who like Linux will like it I think. If you open a Chrome browser and click on the upper right menu bars, you can get to a lot of tools and settings and you may not expect some were there like Task Manager and turning Bluetooth off and on etc. I like Task Manager and you can pin it to your menu bar - sometimes if you are goofing around it is good to end programs. Also if you are new to ChromeBooks; you’ll want to get familiar with and use Google Drive and basically you have a machine that is thrifty to buy, thrifty to maintain and gets the job done. I love this not so little at 15.6 touchscreen and recommend it highly as your first Chromebook or as a step up. It’s also kind of fun to play with.
I would recommend this to a friend
My first ChromebookOctober 22, 2017
I've only had it a couple of days, but so far so good. I've had laptops for 20 years. I find this is better than a laptop. Fast start ups, uses apps that are on my phone. Why pay for programs when there are free apps. I haven't use the touch screen that much, but it works fine. You can't beat the price different between a laptop and a Chromebook. It does a better job with blocking those pop up ads too. Battery life is great, L've had it for 4 days and haven't charged it yet. A little hard to switch from a laptop, but I'm sure I'll get the hang of it.
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Standard, Great PicOctober 16, 2017
Overall this laptop is middle of the road, but what is viewed as a huge perk in my opinion are 4 things. Resolution, Temperature, Thickness and Battery Life. Resolution of this laptop has full 1080. Enough said. Secondly is the Temperature, This omits nearly no heat, i have been use to old bulky laptops that would double as space heaters.. this is NOT the case for this unit. It is cool to the touch, even after being on for hour plus. Next comes the thickness/weight. At its widest part, it measures less than an inch, probably more like 3/4th of an inch. This thin unit paired with the feather light design is a major value add in my book., Lastly is then battery life. As I type my battery life states 95% which is calculated to be just shy of 11 hours of life. (I have plenty of windows open too). The only negative feature i can see about this unit is that the keys seem to be too close together and lack some keys i use often. I find myself bumping the search button often, and there is no delete key...i know this is standard for chrombooks but it still is annoying in my opinion. Chromebook nuances aside, this is a solid book to use for everyday use with outstanding picture quality.,
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Outstanding Battery Life! Back-lit Keyboard.October 15, 2017
The New Chromebook Has Outstanding Battery Life! Back-lit Keyboard, a great look and a wonderful bright screen. The speakers are no where near as loud as the previous Acer Chromebook 15. I guess they had to compromise the sound quality in order to make this Chromebook thinner. Google Octane scores about 11,000. I would definitely recommend this Acer 15 Chromebook.
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