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Sep 30, 2011

Go hands-on with a Chromebook in London

If you' re in London and interested in electronics technology products, a place you must visit is Tottenham Court Road. Its southern half, where Oxford Street ends, is full of electronics shops, and these days you can see and test the Google's Chromebook inside the PC World Currys store.
Although the Chromebooks are designed to run with a browser only and no executable files are installed, some critics say that this latest netbook sets a new class of security risks, so it's always a good idea for the experienced or less experienced buyer to try a hands-on examination of the new toy.
Here are more details from today's post in the Google Chrome Blog:

Google Chrome Blog: Go hands-on with a Chromebook in London: Many things in life, like football and rock music, are best experienced in person. Chromebooks are no exception. So this week in London, w...

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