Well the new Chromebooks is on the way! A report in PC World says Google and Intel are expected to announce new Chromebooks at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) this week.
It is expected that some of these upcoming Chromebooks will be powered by Intel’s fourth-generation Core processors (codenamed Haswell). PC World also notifies that we may advocate more manufacturers joining Chrome OS world with HP, Acer, Lenovo and Samsung at IDF. One of these new vendors might be Asus which has been rumored for a long time now to be working on a Chrome OS device.
Details on the new Chromebooks and new Chrome OS partners are expected to be revealed at the IDF keynote by Doug Fisher, GM of Intel’s software and services group.
Chrome OS is a Google Chrome-based operating system designed to work upon internet connectivity. If you remember the first Chromebooks by Acer and Samsung were announced back in 2011 and since Lenovo, Google itself and HP have joined in. Today the cheapest Chromebook retails for around $199 while the most expensive ones goes for around $1299.
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