It’s less than two months until Christmas, so it figures that talk of a Chrome OS netbook should heat up again. Digitimes is claiming the first “notebook” is manufactured by Iventec, with netbooks from Acer and HP launching in December. [Digitimes]
Word is that Google’s Chrome OS will have some sort of mysterious “Chromoting” feature which is described as something that “will provide remote access to legacy PC applications” and sounds a lot like Remote Desktop Connection. [Register]
Google’s removed the video for inexplicable reasons, however TechRadar dug it up on YouTube and found Eric Schmidt promising an affordable price-point for netbooks with Chrome OS and the potential for it to be offered on-contract by phone networks.