All we have seen Chromebook powered by the Intel Chip and the Samsung EXYNOS for Samsung own Chromebook, but as per the listing by the e-tailer Komplett.se, Nvidia is going to join very soon.
According to the listing, the device called Acer Chromebook CB5, an upcoming device from Acer would have the Tegra K1 processor, 4GB RAM, a 32GB SSD and a 13.3-inch HD display. However, the display resolution is not been disclosed but, it will have a 2 high-speed USB 3.0 ports, built-in webcam, a full-sized HDMI out port, 3.5mm headphone jack and Ethernet port.
During the CES 2014, NVDIA has announced the Tegra K1 processor and then only used in Google’s Project Tango tablet. If the listed device to be true, then it will be one of the first chrombook to feature an NVIDIA processor. While the original listing has been removed from its official website, but it shows the device is set to see a launch in August 2014.
Looking at the device specifications, it could be powerful device to rival and see a huge success among others if the company prices it well.
Leading tech firm Intel today unveiled reference design for Education 2 in 1 convertible in India, at an event in...