Along with that, their came a very interesting announcement that Google is working on – the Google Chromebox. This Samsung-built Chromebox will provide the same Chrome OS experience on your desktop, more like Mac Min, but it will have the web-centric Chrome OS for desktops.
Along with a Samsung Chromebook, Google also unveiled the Acer Chromebook that offers cool features as the Samsung one. This seems much lighter and smaller.
Acer Chromebook promises to have a 8 second boot time, it will be on instantly when you open the lid, will have a 6.5 hours of battery life, two USB ports, webcam, HDMI. It will will have a 11.6-inch display screen and will be always connected to the WiFi.
It has just been made official. Samsung will be one of the first to bring out the Chrome OS Chromebook. This is the Samsung Series 5 Chromebook, and will run on Google’s Chrome OS.
Samsung Chromebook is powered with an Intel Atom processor, 12.1-inch display screen, WiFi, optional 3G, two USB 2.0 ports, an HD webcam, trackpad and will have a battery life of continuous 8.5 hours.
Google unveiled Chrome OS last year, where they also launched the Google CR-48 test notebook for users to try out Chrome OS on netbooks. This year, they talk about why is it better to buy a Chromebook instead of going for a full notebook.
There are a lot of issues when you buy a new computer. In the beginning, the computer works just as you bought it, but slowly as time passes, your computer starts getting slow and soon you again have to upgrade or reinstall Windows or your OS again.