Sony reportedly prepares a Chromebook laptop

03/26/2012 | Ars Technica · CNET

A filing with the Federal Communications Commission reveals that Sony is developing a Vaio laptop computer running on the Chrome operating system from Google. The Laptop Reviews website speculates that the Sony Chromebook might use a Tegra 250 T25 processor from Nvidia. Meanwhile, Google is reworking the user interface of the Chrome OS, hoping to boost consumer adoption of Chromebooks.

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