Acer & Lenovo planning Tegra devices with Chrome OS?

September 1, 2009 at 5:27 pm

Acer & Lenovo planning Tegra devices with Chrome OS?Google’s Chrome OS isn’t expected to hit netbooks until the second half of 2010, however Shanzai is reporting that it may be used in upcoming smartbooks. According to their sources, both Acer & Lenovo are working on Nvidia Tegra-based devices that will use Google’s new OS. They are also reporting that these devices could launch as early as next month.

It all sounded so plausible up until that last sentence. Given everything that Google has officially said about its Chrome OS regarding release dates, I’d be very surprised if they were at the stage of even launching Chrome OS as a beta product right now.


2 Responses to “Acer & Lenovo planning Tegra devices with Chrome OS?”

  1. JConstas said:
    September 2nd, 2009 12:18 AM

    shanzai is always reporting the goods. however i think that gets overlooked. their coverage is just is good if not better because of the live updates