New Chromebook & Chromebox Are Good Enough to Grab Minds & Market Share
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Today was the big launch for the second-generation Chromebooks and the Chromebox (the ultra-small desktop version.) As you may have read from earlier posts, I've been using the pre-release developer release of the new Aura interface on Chrome OS--the windowing version that became standard release today--and like it very much. The developer version already includes Google Drive as a native way to save files to the cloud, along with the existing file manager that interacts with local storage or files on an SD card. It will be added to the public release very soon, helping to make Chrome OS a much more complete stateless environment.