Today, both Acer and Lenovo have announced that they will be releasing new Chrome OS devices within the new few weeks. Lenovo enters this market for the first time with their own Chromebook, while Acer adds a Chromebox to their Chrome OS line-up.
When the Chromebox was unveiled earlier this year the pretty promo pictures showed off the device with a mouse and custom-Chrome keyboard set. The custom Chrome keyboard took a while to materialise, but the mouse has taken even longer to wriggle out of its hiding place...
Chromebox owners waiting patiently for an official Chrome-orientated keyboard can relax: they've gone on sale. Albeit very, very quietly.
Is Samsung's ChromeOS keyboard and mouse set nothing more than vapourware? Recent communication between Samsung and one frustrated Chrome OS user seem to point that way...
A long time overdue: Chromebooks and Chromeboxes are finally going to land into hundreds of retail stores across the US and the United Kingdom. The news, delivered at day two of Google's annual I/O conference, will be the first retail presence for a ChromeOS device.
Google have formally announced the release of Samsung's new Chromebook and Chromebox devices, both of which are available to order from today.
The first ChromeOS PC - the Samsung Chromebox - has inadvertently gone on sale. Plucky perusers of electronics retailer TigerDirect were able to order the $329 device ahead of its official release.