chromebookGoogle has just announced their maiden Chromebook outing that will see the collaboration between the Internet search giant and its partners, Samsung and Acer, arrive at the market. No longer do you need to sit down and tap your fingers on the table simply because you are trying to kill time as your computer boots up – the Chromebook will let you get down and dirty with your work within seconds, and with the introduction of automatic updates (nothing new here, but if it ain’t broke…), software on your Chromebook will get faster with time. Taking cloud computing to the next level, you too will be able to access your apps, games, photos, music, movies and documents as long as there is a decent Internet connection.

Of course, throw in an optional 3G connection and you will end up with a truly mobile office – perhaps making you think twice of recommending your boss to get you the Chromebook, as it means you no longer have any more excuses to give when it comes to getting work done on the road. Security-wise, Chromebooks aren’t that vulnerable since they come with many layers of security built right inside, helping you save more money as there aren’t any anti-virus software to buy and maintain. Apart from peace of mind, it also saves you hours from setting up and keeping your machine up-to-date.

Chromebooks will arrive in the US, UK, France, Germany, Netherlands, Italy and Spain from June 15th onwards via online channels. Interested?

Filed in Computers . Tags: Acer, Google, google chrome and Samsung.
User Comments