Google is taking a page from the Apple and Microosft playbook. While the company’s strength lies in its search business and mobile operating system, it’s not exactly a hardware company, except for its partnerships (past and present) with HTC, Asus and LG for the production of Nexus devices, and of course its ownership of Motorola Mobility. Recent reports indicate, though, that Google may be planning to produce a device of its own — more specifically, a Chrome OS notebook.
While more 2012 Chromebooks are announced, finding them in stores is easier said than done. If you have your eyes set on the Acer C7, you’ll be happy to hear that the notebook is now available from more online retailers.
While waiting for the postman to deliver the new Chromebook to your door, we suggest reading the following information on how to score some goodies for the notebook. Those who own previous versions of the Chromebook can also make use of the offer – if they haven’t already done so.
Coming by way of a “Hack your Chromebook” night at Google, Olaf Johansson, a Googler, managed to get Ubuntu Linux installed and running on his ARM-based Samsung Chromebook.
Just a few days ago we saw Samsung’s brand new Chromebook ultra-affordable models, the $249 Wi-Fi version and the $329 3G laptop. At that time we didn’t have any actual release dates for either model, but it looks like we now have good news for Chrome OS enthusiasts.
It seems Google isn’t ready yet to take the new Chromebook on a world tour. The Chrome OS laptop will be offered only in the U.S. and UK, where interested customers can already preorder it online.
Just yesterday we showed you Google’s and Samsung’s most recent product, the 2012 Samsung Chromebook that costs just $249 to own. For that price you get an ARM-based machine that will offer you access to Chrome OS and all of its goodies.
Do you like the idea of the Chrome OS devices but feel that they are too expensive? Google has just announced a new Samsung Chromebook that might be right up your alley. The new 11.6-inch Chrome OS laptop runs on an ARM processor and manages a very affordable price tag of just $249.
Today the company announced two new services related to Chrome OS: a Google Chromebook and ChromeBox rental program, and the ability for its Apps customers to purchase and deploy hardware quickly.
Google’s first-generation Chromebooks haven’t quite made it to the mainstream yet, but the search giant has decided not only to follow up on those devices, but also to step up its game a... bit.
The makers of the web-centric Chrome OS have upped the ante in terms of tech specs, equipping the new Chromebook with a far snappier processor than the first-generation one, but also with...