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Acer Chromebook 13 Offers 13 Hour Battery Life, Tegra K1 Processor

Most Chrome OS laptops use Intel processors. Not this one. Acer's latest packs a power-efficient ARM-based Nvidia system-on-chip, a decent-sized screen, and tablet-esque battery life for a fairly low price.

Nvidia Unveils The Architectural Details For Project Denver

By Trefis: At the Hot Chips Conference earlier this week, Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) unveiled the architectural details of its first custom-designed CPU, code-named Project Denver. The chip, which is a sequel to the 32-bit Tegra K1 chip, is the world’s first 64-bit ARMv8 processor for Android. Show More Summary

NVIDIA explains why its 64-bit chip should be Android's speed champ

NVIDIA set out to claim the Android performance crown when it unveiled its 64-bit Tegra K1 processor at the start of the year, and it's now ready to explain why it expects to come out on top. The chip's two Project Denver cores will have an edge...

Nvidia Unveils The Architectural Details For Project Denver

With its exceptional performance and superior energy efficiency, the 64-bit Tegra K1 completely outpaces other ARM-based mobile processors, according to the company’s claims. Offering the same performance found in PCs, the chip willShow More Summary

One year after Apple's A7, Nvidia announces first 64-bit ARM CPU for Android

Chipmaker Nvidia on Tuesday detailed the new "Denver" variant of its Tegra K1 mobile processor, a high-performance in-order design that represents the first foray into 64-bit processing for Android devices --?nearly a full year after Apple shocked the mobile world with its own 64-bit A7 processor.

The Nexus 9’s beastly 64-bit processor may have just been unveiled

NVIDIA on Monday unveiled its Tegra K1 “Denver” processor, which the company says it’ll be the “first 64-bit ARM processor for Android.” Interestingly, the HTC-made Google Nexus 9 has been rumored for quite a while to come with a NVIDIA Tegra 64-big processor on board, and the K1 “Denver” may be exactly that processor. Show More Summary

Nvidia details 64-bit Denver Tegra K1, claims Haswell-class performance for first 64-bit Android chip

Nvidia has finally taken the wraps off its 64-bit Denver CPU core -- and, well, let's just say that the 64-bit Android race just got a lot more interesting. The Denver CPU will be available later this year in the Tegra K1 SoC, where you'll get two Denver cores and a 192-core Kepler GPU. Show More Summary

NVIDIA claims first 64-bit ARMv8 SoC for Androids

Mile-High 'Denver' Tegra K1 successor said to rival PC performance NVIDIA has taken the wraps off “Denver”, its long-rumoured 64-bit ARMv8 architecture compatible, system-on-a-chip (SoC), and claims it delivers performance equivalent to some CPUs found in PCs.…

Nvidia details its 64-bit Project Denver chip for Android coming later this year

Nvidia made a splash at this year’s CES with the unveiling of its Tegra K1 ARM chip, which included a 64-bit version slated for release later this year. At the Hot Chips conference today, Nvidia released more details about the upcoming chip, which is codenamed Project Denver. Show More Summary

NVIDIA shows off the first 64-bit processor for Android

NVIDIA has provided details about the new Denver TK1, the first 64-bit chip designed for Android devices. The new chip, a sister to the current 32-bit Tegra K1, was designed for the highest single-core throughput possible, in a dual core ARMv8 package. Show More Summary

Nvidia's Tegra K1 Chip Makes its Way into Acer's New Chromebook

Acer's newest batch of Chromebooks will be the first to include Nvidia's gaming-capable Tegra K1 mobile processor.

Acer Chromebook 13 Can Run Up to 13 Hours on a Single Charge

Acer's new Nvidia Tegra-K1-powered Chromebook 13 could be the first console-level, gaming-ready Chrome laptop. The new 13-inch Chromebook, which was unveiled by Nvidia and Acer on Monday, features Nvidia’s new quadcore, Tegra K1 CPU,...Show More Summary

Nvidia powers Acer’s new Chromebook with 13-hour battery life

Acer's strategy of a Chromebook leader by offering many different models is continuing and this time, it's enlisted Nvidia's help. The Tegra K1 powers the new Acer Chromebook 13 with 1080p display option and 13 hour battery life. Nvidia powers Acer’s new Chromebook with 13-hour battery life originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….

Acer’s $279 Chromebook promises 13 hours of battery life thanks to Nvidia’s Tegra K1 processor

In a bid to keep costs and the final retail price as low as possible, Chromebooks are usually lacking in one of a few key areas: display, power or industrial design. Acer hopes to nail all three with the Chromebook 13, the first Chrome OS laptop with an Nvidia Tegra K1 processor. Show More Summary

Acer’s Tegra K1-Powered Chromebook Boasts Up To 13 Hours Of Battery Life

Acer is doing a new Chromebook, and they’re doing it up big! The new hardware is powered by Nvidia’s Tegra K1 processor, which the graphics and chip-maker has been promoting as a graphics-friendly chipset for Android smartphones and tablets, but this is the first time it’s powering a Chromebook. Show More Summary

Tegra K1 Lands in Acer's Newest Chromebook

Today Acer announced four new models of a new 13.3" Chromebook design featuring Tegra K1. This is a significant launch for NVIDIA, proving there's industry interest in Tegra K1 after the disappointing interest in Tegra 4 and notching...Show More Summary

Acer announces Tegra K1-powered Chromebook 13

A new entry into the ARM Chromebook market that has plenty of potential Acer is expanding on its Chromebook lineup today with a new ARM-powered option that's the first Chromebook to make use of NVIDIA's Tegra K1 processor. The Acer Chromebook...Show More Summary

New Nexus 9 leak points to 64-bit Nvidia Tegra K1, 4GB of RAM, and 2560×1600 screen

The Nexus 9 leaks continue to roll in, making Google's next tablet look like a real beast.

Nvidia's Q2'15 Earnings Growth Driven By PC Gaming, Data Center And Tegra Processors

By Trefis: Driven by continued strength in the three growth areas of PC gaming (GeForce GPUs), datacenter and cloud (Tesla and GRID) and Tegra processors, Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) posted strong growth in Q2 2015. At $1.1 billion, revenues increased 13% year on year, in line with company guidance. Show More Summary

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