Google’s Android operating system looks set to dominate the smartphone market in the near future and the long run, but that doesn’t mean the Internet search giant is content with just smartphones, and has set their sights on the notebook market with their Chrome OS. DigiTimes claims that notebook manufacturers intend to ship Chrome OS notebooks sometime during the second half of 2011, with Acer, Asus, Samsung and Sony being among the more notable names. DigiTimes also touts that these notebooks will be somewhat limited in size, ranging from 10″ to 12″ with Intel or NVIDIA chips powering them under the hood – since Chrome OS can run on x86-based chips or ARM-based processors. With the powers of inference, does that mean one is also able to dual boot these machines?
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