Acer will not launch a Chrome OS netbook at Computex Manno, 17 May 2010 – Despite recent rumours in the press regardingthe launch of Chrome OS based netbooks at Computex, Acer today confirmsthat it has no short-term plans for such a product. Acer believes that Google Chrome OS is without doubt an excitingproduct announcement and deserves it's full attention as well as anin-depth study of its potential from a consumers perspective. Acer is naturally interested in any product or service that enhancesthe overall experience of its products and will of course be followingthe development and progress of Google Chrome and the evolution ofGoogle's overall product strategy very closely. Detailed information on Acer products and a catalogue with prices inPDF format are available on Acer's website www.acer-euro.com
I still don't understand why anyone would use and why Google is still pushing Chrome OS. There are so many better Netbook OSes that are just as easy to use with 20 times the features.
I haven't seen the Chrome OS yet to know if I like it or not. As they say, it hasn't shipped on anything yet. I understand it to be pretty no-frills and utilitarian though.
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