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Sony readies MacBook Air rival with Thunderbolt and Chrome OS

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on March 20th, 2011

The MacBook Air is a real winner thanks to it’s super slim form and great battery life. Sony wants to roll out their own version with a Vaio notebook known as the Hybrid PC. It’s a fast ultralight machine with a Core i7 processor, a Solid State Drive, HDMI 1.4 connectivity and Wi-Di.

The whole package is less than 2.5 pounds. When you this machine, the Hybrid PC will is transformed into a full desktop replacement. Other specs include a Radeon HD 6700M graphics processor, a Blu-ray burner, Ethernet and VGA connections, and a connector that brings together USB with AC power. Battery life without the dock has been rated from 8 to 16.5 hours.

Chrome OS netbook specs leaked

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2009

The specs for Google’s Chrome OS netbook have leaked. Spoiler alert: It’s looking good. Apparently the Google netbook will pack the Nvidia Tegra platform with an ARM CPU. Some other specs include a 10.1″ multi-touch HD screen, 64GB SSD, 2GB of RAM, Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth, a webcam etc.

Obviously, the netbook will run Chrome OS and come with a bunch of Google Apps. Maybe a dedicated “I’m feeling lucky” button.(Okay, I made that last part up.)

Acer aims to be the first with a Chrome OS Netbook

Posted in Acer by Conner Flynn on December 2nd, 2009

Acer aims to be the first with a Chrome OS NetbookThe dual-booting Aspire One was the first Android netbook available. It hasn’t exactly sold like they had hoped, but Acer wants to be first again and see if lightning will strike with Google’s Chrome OS next year.

Acer has actually been developing a Chrome-based netbook since mid-2009, and Chairman, JT Wang tells DigiTimes that he wants it to be the first netbook out there when Chrome OS is released in the second half of 2010. We have a while to wait, but it’s nice to see Acer still not afraid to stray from Microsoft OS’.