It's really only a matter of time before Google Chrome OS is hacked onto everything from ASUS netbooks to LG's connected refrigerators. In the meantime, however, you may want to find out if the system you already own will play nice with Google's early preview build. Fortunately for you, they've posted chart over at the Chromium OS developer site detailing which laptops, netbooks, and other ...
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