One of the main objectives of Google, is to make known to everyone its PC operating system, Chrome OS. In Andro4all we have thoroughly tested and found it quite interesting, to the point of devoting an interesting opinion piece -all my point of view, of course.
Until now, the only way to test Chrome OS was either by buying a Chromebook, or installing it on a separate partition. Fortunately, Google has ideas for everything, and we just surprise with a new gadget, Google Chromebit, a small device to bring Chrome OS to any TV or monitor. Does it seem interesting idea?
In its official blog, the HDMI device is the size of a candy bar. Manufactured by ASUS, has in its interior with a quad-core processor Rockchip 3288 RAMS Cortext-A17 with ARM Mali 760 GPU, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a USB port, 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0. Of course, we will be the ones who have to make the mouse and keyboard.
But what matters to us is the price. Under a $100 is not as cheap as the Chromecast- and will be available starting this summer.