Apple has long had the Mac Mini and the MacBook Air. Google, which started out as a search engine company, has now jumped into the hardware game. Aside from acquiring Motorola, they have also released the Chromebook, an internet-only ultraslim laptop and now, a desktop, if you can even call it that.
The Google Chromebox
Google's new "desktop" computer. In fact it looks more like a router than a desktop.
"The Chromebox is small enough to put on a desk, in a bookshelf or next to the couch."
This tiny box packs a powerful punch with up to 4 GB RAM, an Intel® Core™ processor, Built-in dual-band WiFi (802.11 a/b/g/n), Gigabit ethernet, 6 USB 2.0 ports, 2x DisplayPort++ Output (compatible with HDMI, DVI, VGA) DVI-I single link output (compatible with VGA), Bluetooth 3.0™ compatible, and Kensington™ key lock compatible.
What else do you need?
Everyone knows the world is going mobile but to be honest I wouldn't mind having a couple of these boxes around the house hooked up to some very large LCD's. The Chromebox supports up to two 30’’ monitors and is HD compatible.
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