Google’s Chrome OS netbook’s rumoured specs are out, and they’re looking pretttty, pretttty, prettttty good.
According to IBTimes, the Google netbook will house an Nvidia Tegra platform with an ARM CPU. If the rumours hold up, it will also have a 10.1-inch multitouch screen that supports HD, come with a 64GB SSD, 2GB of RAM, and other standards like Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth, a webcam, and so on. Not surprisingly, the netbook will run Chrome OS and come pre-installed with a suite of Google Apps.
The rumours also indicate that the netbook will be available by holiday season 2010 for a subsidised price of under $US300, which is impressive for the type of hardware they’re talking about. It would sold directly from Google’s website, and they may partner with a network operator to sell it as a bundled 3G plan.
If these rumours turn out to be true – which at this point, who knows – that’s a welcome step up from the current generation of netbooks. [IBTimes]