Google has been feeling generous yet again, and this time round, they have given out free laptops for Game Developers Conference attendees – at least to those who sat through Google’s sessions on Chrome. This is certainly a pleasant surprise, and who would have thought that the blue card attendees received might actually end up being exchanged for such a gift? Of course, these laptops were the Cr-48 (read our review), where it boasts reference design hardware which runs on the Chrome OS, which is Google’s very own standalone computer OS. For our readers out there who frequently hang out at trade shows and conventions, just how important do you rank freebies in the course of an event?
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