Fans of Google’s Chrome OS might have a reason to rejoice soon. Asus, creators of some of the hottest selling netbooks around, has been rumored to be releasing new netbooks that run on Google’s Chrome OS. The rumored netbooks will come with 10″ or 11″ displays and will cost around $200-$250, and possibly subsidized to $0 if paired up with a 3G contract. Despite the limited capabilities of the Chrome OS, a price point that low is definitely going to turn the tablet into a viable competitor with other netbooks and tablets on the market. Though we’ll first have to see if these rumors are actually true or not. Any takers for a $200 Chrome OS netbook?
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