A year after unveiling Chromebooks to the world, Google and Samsung today are announcing two new devices, including the first “Chromebox” desktop PC. Google is also rolling out several major software improvements, including a new window manager for Chrome OS, better trackpad support, upgrades to a remote desktop access tool, and offline editing for Google Docs.
Hmm. Something about the Chromebox looks familiar.
I participated in the Chrome OS pilot program, and received a Cr-48. I vastly prefer that hardware to Samsung’s regurgitations.