The Acer Chromebase has been unveiled. It features a vivid 21.5-inch touch screen and using a NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor. Price is, as yet, unknown.
Attention may be focused on Acer’s upcoming 15.6-inch Chromebook wave, but its smaller 13-inch line of Tegra-based devices is also seeing some love. Alongside the announcement of the new “Acer Chromebook 15” series of notebooks came word […]
Having teased it back in September, HP this week added a touchscreen variant to its third-generation 14-inch Chromebook lineup in the US, priced at $440.
If you've been holding out for HP's new Tegra-based 14-inch Chromebook there's good news for you: the device is now available to buy from a number of retailers in the US and the UK, including Argos.
The second generation HP Chromebook 14, which uses an Nvidia Tegra chipset, is now available for pre-order in the UK and the US priced from £229/$299.
Being the most anticipated Chromebook this side of the Pixel means that the Nvidia Tegra-toting Acer Chromebook 13 has a lot of expectation to live up to.
Nvidia has posted a video hands-on with the new Acer Chromebook 13, which was officially unveiled yesterday.
When we heard that Nvidia and Acer were teaming up to work on something special we were excited — but we had no idea it would be this special.