Models made by Lenovo, Acer and ASUS support GeForce NOW, Xbox Cloud Gaming and Amazon Luna.
Google announced this Tuesday (11) its The first line of Chromebooks specialized to provide access to games available on cloud gaming systems. Three products will be produced in partnership Lenovo, acer and ASUSAs common elements are the use of Intel processors and displays with a high refresh rate.
Among the announced models Acer Chromebook 516GEwhich has a 120 Hz WQXGA display, Intel Core i5 processor, 8 GB RAM, keyboard with RGB lighting and anti-ghosting technology, WiFi 6E connection and DTS speakers. O ASUS Chromebook Vibe C55 Flip Brings similar settings, with a 144 Hz FHD display, Harmon Kardon speakers And 2-in-1 form factor – CPU, RAM and connectivity options are the same.
already The Ideapad Gaming Chromebook features a 120Hz WQXGA displaySpeaker system with four outputs and a processor Intel Core i3 and 8 GB RAM. According to Google, it has been working with NVIDIA to support the GeForce NOW streaming platform The level of performance offered by the GeForce RTX 3080 GPU.
New Chromebooks arrive with support for Xbox Cloud Gaming
Also included is a new lineup dedicated to streaming games Support for the native Xbox Cloud Gaming systemLike the platform the moon Saved by Amazon. The promise is that it offers everyone Cloud game in 1600p resolutionAlso the frame rate per second that Reach up to 120 FPS.
The operating systems of the new models are optimized so that users from their home screen Get quick access to the games you want to access. The models should arrive in stores in the United States later this month, with various special offers guaranteedQuarterly access to GeForce NOW and Luna For accessories like the SteelSeries 3 mouse.
up to the moment No release date has been revealed for the new Chromebooks, but they’re already available for pre-sale at stores like BestBuy. Available models It costs between $399 and $799 And could pave the way for the availability of new hardware options focused on playing games without relying on cloud services.
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Source: Android Authority