Acer has announced a rather interesting product – a tablet. But it’s not just any tablet, because it’s not running Windows 10 or Android. It isn’t even really running Linux, even though technically it is Linux under the hood. It’s running Google’s ChromeOS platform, and that’s something that wasn’t expected. ChromeOS has typically been found on mini desktop computers or netbooks, and while it has had touch capabilities, it hasn’t been that effective at promoting that input. Along comes Acer with a tablet to solve that problem.