Tegra 2 Google Chrome Tablet Launching Nov 26?

According to Download Squad, Google's old friend HTC is working on a Chrome OS tablet set for release on November 26. The device will be offered in conjunction with Verizon, which means data plans of some sort, but there's no word on whether or not this baby will be available off contract (à la the iPad) also. Download Squad says the device will be heavily subsidized, if not free, and speculates that it could feature Nvidia's Tegra 2; a 1280x720, multitouch display; 2GB of RAM; a minimum of 32GB SSD storage; WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G connectivity; a GPS; a webcam; and possibly expandable storage via a multi-card reader.

If November 26 incites an underlying feeling of dread and the urge to crawl under your bed and eat nothing but turkey until the clocks tick over to November 27, that's because 11/26 the busiest shopping day of the year. You got it, folks, it's Black Friday.

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  • lejay
    stm1185WTF is the point of Chrome OS. Where does it fit between Android tablets and Windows 7 Tablets?


    Google seems to think that it's a better solution for tablets... we'll see if they're right. Anyway, why are you upset over more choices?
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  • stm1185
    WTF is the point of Chrome OS. Where does it fit between Android tablets and Windows 7 Tablets?
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  • visa
    If it's near to be free with maybe 1 year contract with Verizon, great. I'm guessing 2-3 years at $30 or more per month, not so great.
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  • JOSHSKORN
    As long as it has what the iPad lacks, which is quite a few things, actually, it might actually sell.
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