Acer Chromebook 13: 1080p with Tegra K1

The Google Chromebook has a rather interesting history, starting as an always connected device with all your data stored in the cloud and slowly but steadily transforming into a platform that can function as a full laptop replacement. The hardware has evolved as well, moving from Atom in the initial release to a collection of processors including Atom, Haswell, ARM SoCs, and even Broadwell (coming soon). While you might not be able to do everything on a Chromebook that you can on a Windows laptop, if it can do 95% of what most users need that could very well be enough, and there are clear benefits to Chrome OS as well. Read on for our full review of Acer’s Chromebook 13.