Sony VAIO VCC111 Chromebook to be available soon
It has been a while since we last heard of Chrome OS but it looks like we might be hearing more about it in the next few months. Sony's VAIO VCC111 Chromebook just showed up at the FCC recently and should be out for in a couple of months or so. What's really inside this notebook is still uncertain but based on what was deduced from its user manual and pictures from the FCC, it will have an 11.6-inch Samsung screen, Nvidia Tegra 250 T25 1.2GHz processor, 2GB of RAM and most probably equipped with a SSD considering that the Chrome OS itself is a cloud-centric operating system and doesn't require a large amount of space for files.
Samsung and Acer have already started selling their Chrome laptops and a third brand jumping into the picture will be a win for Google. The pricing of the VAIO VCC111 and which countries is it coming to is yet to be known. However, judging by its modest specs, its price shouldn't be much more than the prices of the current Chrome laptops that are currently available.
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