Digitimes reports that Toshiba is developing a set of 3 tablets which will debut at CES 2011 in about a month. Each of the three tablets will run one of Android, Google Chrome OS, or Windows 7.
The three new tablet PCs are expected to adopt different operating systems: Microsoft’s Windows 7 and Google’s Android and Chrome OS. Two models are expected to adopt 10.1-inch panels with the remaining one to adopt a 11.6-inch panel. The three tablet PCs are being positioned by Toshiba as an extension of PC products.
Not only is Toshiba jumping on the Chrome OS bandwagon, but Computer World reports that we may see netbooks running Google Chrome OS as early as…today. Google recently announced an event for today, Dec 7th in San Francisco. Google had promised a 2010 deadline for the release of Chrome OS, but the OS is still buggy and many are wondering if it’s going to catch the eye of holiday shoppers.
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