RIP, Chrome Notebooks!

Google Chrome OS (operating system) is around the corner, but it appears as if this isn’t something you can install on your own – you’ll need to purchase a Chrome Notebook to run the OS. Phooey!

However it seems as if most things you can do on it, you can already do with the plethora of Google applications on-line, or with other devices (Windows Cloud, Dropbox, etc).

Chrome UX designer Glen Murphy demonstrates some advantages of using a Chrome notebook. 25 computers were harmed in the making of this video. Fortunately, no data was lost. Find out more at google.com/chromenotebook.