Acer's new system is the first Chromebook to carry Nvidia's Tegra K1 chip
Unlike the majority of Chromebooks, Acer's latest offering packs a 1080p display
Acer’s brand new Chromebook 13 looks to address a lot of the key issues with the current crop of low-powered Chrome OS laptops. While most Chromebooks opt for middling resolution displays and low-end processors, Acer’s latest can be configured with a 1080p screen and a comparatively powerful CPU, while still providing an impressive 11 hours of battery life.
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