Acer Chromebook comes with Nvidia Tegra chip K1 release




Acer seems to work on a new Chromebook, which is based on the Nvidia Tegra chip K1. The advent of the laptop with 13.3 “screen and reveals Chrome OS was a shop, but the manufacturer has not released.

The suspected new Chromebook with Chrome OS Acer appeared in the Swedish store Komplett, as discovered Android Police. The model is called CB5 and features the Tegra K1, a soc Nvidia that is primarily intended for use in mobile devices. Google announced recently a tablet with the SOC for his Project Tango, but there are as yet few products with Nvidia’s Tegra chip K1 marketed.

The Nvidia-soc has four Cortex A15 cores clocked at 2.3 GHz and a fifth lower clocked core that can be used for tasks that require little processing power. There is also a 64-bit version has been developed on the basis of the ARMv8 instruction set which has two cores features.

Furthermore, the CB5 on a 13.3 “screen with ‘hd’ resolution. There is 4GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage memory. Meanwhile, most details about the specifications of the Chromebook removed from the store, but according to Android Police are two USB 3.0 ports, a 3.5mm jack and an Ethernet connection available.

What’s new Chromebook Acer should cost is not yet known. The release probably find place on August 1, when the information is correct Komplett. Acer recently showed themselves know that there is a Chromebook is released with a processor from the Bay Trail series from Intel.

Acer Chromebook CB5


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