Tablet-based Google Chrome OS will be released Nov. 26

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Resource Download Squad citing well-informed source said that Google has decided to release the tablet operating system Chrome OS. The manufacturer of the device is, in his words, a company High Tech Computer (HTC). This tablet will be sold in the U.S. operator Verizon Wireless. While no clear prospects for the release of this device anywhere in the other markets. It is assumed that the device is built on the chipset NVIDIA Tegra 2 and is equipped with a touchscreen display with multi-touch and a resolution of 1280x720 pixels.

Tablet is also equipped with 2 GB of RAM, solid state drive 32 GB, wireless modules Wi-Fi/Bluetooth/LTE, GPS receiver, web camera and multi-format card reader. It should highlight the existence of networks of LTE. It is not clear, this option or standard feature. The operator Verizon is currently preparing to launch a network of new generation, but the start of sales tablet expected on 26 November and it is not clear whether commercial LTE network is ready for this moment. However, the specification device - informal, and in fact may be somewhat different.