Acer has been a global name when it comes to PC and laptop production and sales. And with the company always at the front in the market, it's no surprise that more and more new systems are arriving from the company everyday. Now there's more good news to follow up on.
According to reports, Acer has now launched its new Chromebook 13 system. The device is the world's first Chrome OS-based laptop with an Nvidia Tegra K1 processor. In fact, it is also Acer's first Chrome OS laptop with a 13.3-inch display.
Heading deeper into the new laptop, the new Chromebook 13 from Asus is quite different from the company's older models, the most prominent difference is its high-end specifications that the older models were devoid of.
The new Chromebook from Acer sports a greyish-white plastic chassis, alongside a big trackpad and a full-size keyboard that's black in color. The laptop is devoid of a fan and weighs 3.31 pounds, measuring 0.71 inches wide.
The Nvidia Tegra K1 that's inside the laptop is a powerful mobile quad-core processor that promises strong performance. It is particularly good for graphics with the 192-core GPU. Acer is also promising up to 13 hours on just a single charge, meaning it should be enough to charge you up for most parts of the day.
Apart fromn that, other specifications for laptop include two USB 3.0 ports and an HDMI port along with support for 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and 2×2 MIMO antenna. The Chromebook 13 is available in two screen configurations- 1366 x 768 display and a full HD 1920 x 1080 display.
The Chromebook 13 is available for pre-order from Acer starting today, with shipments of the device expected for September.