Chrome OS Desktop By Google
Google’s platform innovation leading to improved internet usage is always exciting and feature-loaded. The latest addition to Google’s useful tools-gadgets portfolio is an interesting HDMI stick called the ‘Chromebit,’ which enables any gadget or mobile to be connected online. Choose “Chrome free Download” to understand more about Google’s internet to any device services.
The Chromebit stick is a joint venture between Google and ASUS, the manufacturer of low-cost, open source laptops, computers and more.
Unlike regular data connecting USBs this stick is technically an entire Desktop computing system. Chromebit is a computer on the HDMI stick, running on Chrome Operating System.
The Chromebit stick is priced $85 in the US markets and plugs into any HDMI port, on any device.
Hence, plugging Chromebit into a living room Television or any computer will allow one to create a desktop computing ecosystem.
The device is built with 16 GB storage and RAM of 2GB. The factor that differentiates this stick device from other devices made by Google is the USB port. Chromebit, the dongle-lookalike adds to Chromecast last updates. The USB port allows connectivity to wired accessories such as a Keyboard or a mouse, if users do not want to connect over Bluetooth.
Web App device
The key aspect about chrome OS machine is the ability to run a web app on it. Like other devices, this too will allow users to run movies, TV shows from leading streaming services such as – Netflix, Hulu as well as Google Play. Use Google’s “Chrome free Download” to know more about web app services.
The line of services the device provides can be best used in call centers as well as educational centers and schools. The main aspect of this device is for its web apps use. It can also be ideal when it is used tangentially with fully-featured machines.
The portable desktop usability of the device remains its USP and should be exploited when converting a modern screen into single-app kiosks. This type of service can be explored when used in hotels or stores as the Rockchip Soc device is built for tough work. The device can be bought by Google for Work as well as Education customers for $24 per year. It is sold at Fry’s, Newegg as well as Amazon, and surprisingly not at Best Buy which is the usual seller of Chrome OS products.