Google To Show Off ‘ChromeBook’

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>> Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Google is supposed to unveil a beta Chrome OS on a generic Atom-based netbook Tuesday and put the Google-branded thing into limited circulation in the run-up to a commercial product next year. Reportedly no more than 65,000 of this first-stab widget will be made as an appeal to developers.
Google missed the netbook wave, which receded with the tablet onslaught and it’s questionable whether the Chrome cloud device can revive it.
Chrome OS doesn’t have the touchscreen facilities needed for a tablet. Anyway Google’s got Android for tablets.
The Chrome widget is expected to need the services of the anticipated Chrome Web Store if it’s to have anything to run since everything supposed to be done in the cloud. Presumably Google might have something to say about Internet access and carriers.
Google was originally supposed to have a commercial product out from mainline OEMs in time for the holidays.

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