We ran ray tracing on a $259 Chromebook with GeForce Now

Nvidia’s long-awaited GeForce Now arrived on Chromebooks Tuesday morning, giving gamers the ability to play their game libraries on Google’s laptops.

Plans for GeForce Now streamed gaming on Chrome OS have been in the works since 2017. The service, already popular on Windows and MacOS, lets gamers stream their existing Steam, Epic, and other game libraries to lower-end hardware.

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