Acer is set to be the first company to offer Google’s Chrome OS at Computex 2010 in Taipei on June 1st, but there has been no confirmation on whether said device will come in the form of a netbook, smartbook or perhaps, even a tablet. Are you looking forward to a Chrome OS device? After all, Google was supposed to have rolled out the Chrome OS this year, so it makes perfect sense for Computex 2010 to be the platform to do so. We wonder just how Chrome OS will mix it up with the big boys in the long run – will it remain a niche OS for specific products only?
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