This is no April Fool’s joke from Acer as the company announced a new Acer Chromebase series of all-in-one computers to join their Chromebook and Chromebox lines. Acer is one of the more active manufacturers in the market for Chrome OS powered devices. They recently launched a 15.6-inch Chromebook, the first to market in that size range. Moves like these have given Acer 36% market share in 2014 for Chromebook devices. Read more
There’s a convergence coming in the mobile OS market with respect to mobile technology, platforms and consumer demand. Google aims to capture the best of all 3 areas. We can see it happening right before our eyes. The popularity of Android OS on mobile devices, the announcement of Chrome OS and Google’s partnerships with manufacturers to build Chrome OS proprietary hardware.
After Chrome OS was announced last year, I’ll admit, I was pretty damn excited….in fact, I may have peed a little. That was right around the time I got an Android device and began to realize how deadly it was, especially after updating to Eclair. Now, I’m not sure that I have a real need for Chrome OS. I mean, won’t it essentially be doing what I’m doing on my smartphone already, with respect to cloud computing and application use?
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