Acer hasn’t actually announced that it’s working on a 14 inch model with an Intel Celeron N3050 processor yet, but the folks at Notebook Italia spotted an FCC listing and some online store websites suggesting that a new Acer Chromebook 14 is on the way.

The notebook is said to have 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, Google’s Chrome OS software, and Intel’s entry-level Braswell processor.

It’s also described as having an “HD” display, which probably means 1366 x 768 pixels, given the other entry-level specs for this laptop.

Acer was one of the first companies to launch laptops running Chrome OS, and the company’s current Chromebook lineup includes models with 11, 13, and 15 inch displays, Intel or NVIDIA processors, and prices ranging from $180 to $500.

Based on the specs, it seems like the computer will be squarely aimed at those who want a larger screen for things like watching movies, but don’t necessarily need a high-performance computer or don’t want to shell out the cash that might be needed to buy one.

Information for this post was taken from an article by Brad Linder in Liliputing.  You can get additional information in an article by Christian de Looper in Digital Trends.