It seems as though Google’s Chrome OS won’t see limited functionality to just netbooks and even tablets, but has the ultimate vision to run on low-power computers – we’re talking about other platforms including large screen displays, projectors and notebooks. Of course, with various platforms running Chrome OS in the future, this can only mean one thing – interacting within the OS’ environment will be very different due to the vastly contrasting natures of selected devices, where some come with smaller displays while others have different form factors and user input capability. Well, we’re more interested to see how the Chrome OS performs on netbooks first before even thinking about how it fares on other platforms.
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