It seems as though Acer may be launching a new Acer Chromebook soon that is powered by a Nvidia quad-core Tegra K1 processor, with details being leaked on a Swedish retail site, which claims that the device called the Acer Chromebook CB5 will feature the new processor.

It also stated that the Chromebook will be equipped with a 13.3 inch HD display, alongside 32GB of internal storage, with a SD card slot, an Ethernet connection and two USB 3.0 ports.

The site also claims that the Chromebook will be equipped with 4GB of RAM and 192-core graphics that comes from the Tegra K1.

The new Chromebook will also join the current Acer Chromebook that has an Intel i3 Haswell processor, and will run on Google’s Chrome OS.

As of yet nothing has been confirmed for about the Acer Chromebook CB5, with no details on pricing or availability yet.

Via: Android Police

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