Folks at TechRadar have dug out some interesting details regarding the launch and price of the much anticipated Google Chrome OS netbooks. In a recent conversation, Eric Schmidt has revealed that the Chrome OS netbook could make it to the market by the beginning of 2011.
He has also revealed that the tentative price for the device could be around $300-$400. Explaining the low cost, Schmidt says,
“Those prices are completely determined, by the way, by the costs of the glass, the costs of the processor and things like that, but in our case Chrome OS and Android are free so there is no software tax associated with all of this”
Ok, so there is enough time before we need to get excited about all this.[TechRadar via Gizmodo]