chromebase-1LG Electronics (LG) intends to add another feather to their cap with the first Chromebase all-in-one computer in the market that will run on the Google Chrome operating system, where it is set to be unveiled over at CES 2014 which is happening in just a couple of weeks’ time. The LG Chromebase (Model 22CV241) is said to deliver a user experience that befits the highly efficient Chrome operating system, offering a speedy, simple, secure and affordable computing experience. Your eyes will definitely appreciate the 21.5” widescreen Full HD IPS display that will feature a bunch of extra advanced features, all without looking out of place on your desk.


Normally, we would associate All-in-One ((AIO) computers with Windows machines that look pretty, are functional for the basic stuff such as Web surfing and word processing, but to run on the Chrome operating system? That is just not done, at least until now. The LG Chromebase allows folks to gain access to tens of thousands of web apps in the Chrome Web Store, where many of them would be able to run offline just fine without batting an eyelid. Not only that, it is said to offer robust built-in security that employs many layers of protection so that your personal information remains, well, personal.

An Intel Celeron processor would run underneath the hood, where it will be accompanied by 2GB RAM and a 16GB SSD, sporting HDMI in, a trio of USB 2.0 ports, one USB 3.0 port, a 1.3-megapixel webcam and a LAN jack. [Press Release]

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