Google’s ChromeBook: the (very) next big thing?

Google announced ChromeBook: a sort of notebook (built by Samsung and Acer) that may fall in the $300 price line and that uses just one piece of software – Chrome.

The ChromeBook strongly relies on Cloud services and is an always-connected device (otherwise becomes pretty useless with no local memory).

Is it a fast-screaming notebook? Nope, no Gibson’s “Burning Chrome” here (no pun intended)!

I’m quite a Chrome power-user and eager to see how it works; while I’m trying to get news and more details on the ChromeBook, check this Big-G introductory video.

Check here for pre-orders on Amazon!

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