Acer has had its fair share of Chromebooks released in the past, but this does not mean that they going to stop there just like that. In fact, it is said that the latest Acer Chromebook CB5 will run on an NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor, with the Chromebook itself having surfaced over at Swedish retail site Komplett.se.
The Acer Chromebook CB5 has not been made available for public purchase just yet though, as the page has since been updated to mention that this particular device is “no longer in our catalog,” although this particular slip does seem to have revealed more than what we were supposed to know before the appointed time.
Hardware specifications of the Chromebook CB5 have been listed to include a 13.3” HD display, 4GB RAM, 32GB of internal memory, running on the Google Chrome OS software. There will be an NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor that ought to keep it humming along well, being a quad-core ARM-based chip. Keeping up with the times, the Chromebook CB5 will also sport a pair of USB 3.0 ports, an Ethernet jack, a headset jack. Do expect the Acer Chromebook CB5 to arrive later this August. Just how much would you expect to fork out for a Chromebook like this?