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GOOGLE PROVIDING FREE LAPTOPS TO SOME OF THE U.S.A. MEMBERS WHO HAVE SUBMITTED THEIR APPLICATION FOR IT TO GOOGLE TILL 31ST DECEMBER 2010.SELECTED MEMBERS WILL BE CONTACTED SOON BY THE CONTACT ADDRESS PROVIDE WITH THEM.IN RETURN THEY WILL NEED TO SUBMIT A DETAILED REVIEW OF IT.
GOOGLE PROVIDING FREE LAPTOPS TO SOME OF THE U.S.A. ME MBERS WHO HAVE SUBMITTED THEIR APPLICATION FOR IT TO GOOGLE TILL 31ST DECEMBER 2010.SELECTED MEMBERS WILL BE CONTACTED SOON BY THE CONTACT ADDRESS PROVIDE WIT H THEM.IN RETURN THEY WILL NEED TO SUBMIT A DETAILED RE VIEW OF IT. Google built the Cr- 48 with hacking in mind, so it’s no surprise that we’re seeing othe r operating systems crop up. Still, it’s fun to watch, and enterprisi ng hackers have got most of the usual suspects up and running: f irst Ubuntu, and now Mac OS X and Windows. It sounds like a lot of work, and we pledged that 2011 was going to be the year we s at on our asses and didn’t do anything hard, but you’re welcome t o give it a shot! Just hit up those source links below for instructio ns, and follow after the break for video of OS X in action. The CR-48 may be a laptop you can't buy -- I don't know whether the chrome systemsdue next year from ace r and Samsung will resemble it in the least -- but I dig its industrial design. It looks like the unexpected offspri ng of the late, lamented BLACK MACBOOK. It's extremely simple (no stickers!) and has a comfy, full- size keyboard, and the soft finish feels good. The 12.1- inch screen makes for a machine that feels more like a small note book than a netbook.
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