Google Chrome OS netbooks landing tomorrow

Posted December 6, 2010 by Stuff Staff in News

We’ve known about Google’s own-brand Chrome OS for a while now, but we didn’t know when the web-only operating system would land on our netbook and laptops. That seems to have changed, with Engadget reporting the new OS could land on Google-branded laptops tomorrow morning.

Google products are nothing new (check out the Nexus One and Nexus S here) and its rumoured that Chrome OS will debut on similarly-branded Google netbooks tomorrow, at an event. Previously, we were told that beta versions of the OS would go to developers before the end of the year, with a public release of early next year.

Will tomorrow see the launch of the big G’s Linux-based OS? Or Google’s uses web-based apps with cloud storage? Looks like we’ll find out tomorrow.

Updates as they come.

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