Acer Will launch netbook based on the Chrome OS next year

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

According to the resource DigiTimes, Acer has plans to release a netbook based on the operating system, Google Chrome. This device is developed from the middle of this year, informed sources told DigiTimes the company. And Acer is going to release it in the second half of 2010. Recall, Chrome OS - a web-based operating system with open source, it is intended, including, for netbooks. Not so long ago, Google held a demonstration of this platform, but has not established even its beta version.

Returning to the Acer netbook based on the Chrome OS, it should be noted that the head of the company, JT Wong (JT Wang) sure: Acer first to market a netbook running this operating system. He said this in his recent interview with DigiTimes. It is possible that this is true and will happen, because Acer has become the first provider of "first tier", released Android netbook market.


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