Global manufacturers do not forget to pay attention on the improvement of their lineup as laptops, tablets and smartphones, as well as more narrowly focused notebook running Google Chrome OS – Chromebooks, with a certain level of updating their configuration and increasing productivity. Now it seems that soon these quality upgrades will also move to the Taiwan Company Acer.
Acer to launch 13.3-Inch Chromebook CB5 with Nvidia Tegra K1 Chip
Still, Acer representatives have not announced and did not give any official comments about the model Acer Chromebook CB5. This device specifications recently appeared on the Swedish retailer site of Acer. If we talk about the specifications the one thing will surely be the candy if eye is that the device is running NVIDIA Tegra K1. The Chromebook is still not for sale on that site, but some of its specifications are disclosed, it should get a 13.3-inch Display with resolution of 1920x1080p Will HD, 4Gb Ram and in terms of storage the Acer Chromebook CB5 is equipped with a 32GB SSD. The Chromebook also will be staffed by at least two 3.0 USB ports and an Ethernet port.
Returning to the ARM-Processor NVIDIA Tegra K1, which until now has been used only in tablet manufacturer Xiaomi MiPad. Acer Chrombook CB5 will be the second product which is going to use NVIDIA Tegra K1 chip.
Experts believe that the second half of this year will be very productive in terms of the announcement of new models of laptops running Chrome OS, including the Taiwanese company Acer. Manual Acer also spoke about the launch of a new series of Chromebooks, which will be based on Intel Core i3-generation Haswell.