Word on the street has it that Google’s Chrome OS netbook’s specifications have been leaked out, and most people who have taken a look at it are very, very happy. After all, wouldn’t you also be a happy camper with an NVIDIA Tegra chipset running alongside an ARM processor? The rumor also states that this netbook will come with a 10.1″ multi-touch HD-capable display, a 64GB SSD, 2GB RAM, and other staples including Wi-Fi, 3G and Bluetooth connectivity alongside a webcam. Not only will it run on Chrome OS, you will also get a suite of pre-installed Google Apps. Best of all is, this netbook is slated for a 2010 holiday season release, retailing for less than three Benjamins at a subsidized price. Neat! This is one rumor we hope to see come true!
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