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Acer announces first Tegra K1-powered Chromebook

Acer has today unveiled the Chromebook 13, which is the first device in its class to be powered by Nvidia's Tegra K1 chip. The Chromebook 13, which is also said to have 13 hour battery life on top of its 13" screen is thought to be one of the most powerful Chromebooks available yet. Something…

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James O'MalleyAcer announces first Tegra K1-powered Chromebook

Nvidia rumoured to be working on own-brand tablets for 2014

Nvidia may be moving on from purely supplying chips to tablet manufacturers and into the market of making their own branded slates. Likely inspired by the positive response its innovative Nvidia Shield handheld (pictured above) garnered, Fudzilla are reporting that…

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Gerald LynchNvidia rumoured to be working on own-brand tablets for 2014

Nvidia promise fastest-ever notebook gaming speeds with new GeForce GTX 700M laptop GPUs

Nvidia have lifted the covers off their GeForce GTX 700M notebook GPUs, promising to deliver the fastest gaming speeds in the thinnest gaming laptops ever. Headlined by the GeForce GTX 780M (which Nvidia claim is the fastest notebook GPU based…

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Gerald LynchNvidia promise fastest-ever notebook gaming speeds with new GeForce GTX 700M laptop GPUs

Nvidia's GeForce GTX 780 to launch this month? Titan like pricing rumoured

Nvidia's Titan graphics card is a beast of a GPU, not only because of its power, but also thanks to its £800 RRP. And despite only being revealed at the start of the year, it looks as though it's already…

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Gerald LynchNvidia's GeForce GTX 780 to launch this month? Titan like pricing rumoured

REVIEW: Nvidia GeForce Titan graphics card

Housing the most powerful single GPU in the world, the Nvidia GeForce Titan card is an absolute beast. But is its graphical grunt a match for the dual GPU GTX 690, especially considering its extraordinarily high cost? Check out our full review to find out!

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Gerald LynchREVIEW: Nvidia GeForce Titan graphics card