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How to get FREE Google Chrome Computer Notebook Cr-48! Warning:U.S. Only

Believe or not, after release their first mobile phone,  google is release their first notebook which operate with google chrome OS.

Google is offering FREE Google Chrome Computer through Chrome OS Pilot Program which is open to individuals, businesses, schools, non-profits and developers based in the United States ONLY.

Unluckily for other that out side of USA.  Perhaps in future, Google might open to international. We’ll wait and see.

Here are the some of the spec of Google Chrome computer Cr-48;-

Intel Pine Trail processor
12.1 inch display
Flash storage
full size keyboard without function key and cap lock key
oversized touchpad
Build-in 3G chip
802.11n dual-band WiFi
8 hours battery life of active use
Weight 3.8 pounds (1.72KG)

My Two cents:-

This is the first notebook that designed by Google and it’s the first of its kind.  I am looking forward to try this new OS, perhaps in the midle of 2011.

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