One of the announcements from VMworld 2014 in San Francisco was that VMware, Google, and NVIDIA have partnered to deliver decent graphical remoting via an HTML5 client to a $279 Chromebook. This is interesting because while we've had HTML5 clients in the past, they haven't exactly had the best performance. (This was partly due to the sub-$300 Chromebooks being super weak.)
In a few weeks, Acer will be releasing a $279 Chomebook (Amazon preorder link) built around NVIDIA's Tegra TK1 processor. NVIDIA worked with VMware to build a custom version of their BLAST protocol (which is what they use for their HTML5 clients rather than PCoIP) that can leverage the Tegra chip for decoding via HTML5.
Even though the Acer will be available in a few weeks, the next generation Blast protocol is a tech preview only that's not available.