Samsung and HP Reportedly Have Chrome OS All-in-One PCs on Tap

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AFDozerman

Somebody's releasing a Chrometop in Australia? They do realize that Australia has worse internet than even America, right?

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vrmlbasic

Why can't google just use Android? ChromeOS pales by comparison.

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Charles-the-Great

Given you can get more out of Android then Chrome OS.

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Volleynova

The last thing we need is more operating systems in the desktop, tablet, and mobile market... I have enough work maintaining everyone's Windows PC's, iOS, Blackberry, Windows Server, and Android setups. Microsoft does need to smarten up though, and really give us something cool for Windows 9. Windows 8.1 Update 1 is a start in the right direction.

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AFDozerman

Wow. Shoutout to BlackBerry. +1.

Honestly, if I had to pick a winner, i'd say that Android has the best scaling potential and FOSS foundation.

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whiznot

Based on how messed up the Windows 8 interface is, it seems that MS might be too confident in their monopoly position. For the first time there is peril in the OS market for the leader.

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bjoswald

Good, more competition to knock Microsoft's dick in the dirt.

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tony2tonez

They sound like bigger tablets with a permanent stand and different OS.

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Neufeldt2002

I would rather see something like Linux Mint instead of ChromeOS, but kudos to giving consumers at least the beginning of choice other than custom orders.

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LatiosXT

I can only see this useful for kiosks and possibly generic student computer lounges who only need to go on the internet.

Otherwise I could see myself getting a few phone calls about why they can't install something if I bought one of these for them.