Chromebooks are popular because they're usually really cheap, but the good news is they seem to be getting more powerful. New processors are finding their way into the latest Chromebooks, including a handful of Intel's laptop-level CPUs. The Acer Chromebook 13 goes another route, adding Nvidia's new Tegra K1 processor, a powerful system-on-a-chip that recently appeared in the Nvidia Shield Tablet.

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That new processor doesn't pump the price up too high: the Chromebook 13 starts at $279 in the US, a pretty reasonable neighborhood for a budget Chromebook. It's available for pre-sale today. UK and Australia availability are yet to be announced, but the US price converts to around

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