Google has always been at the forefront of the latest technologies. Starting out from a search engine, it has now pioneered at everything that we do on the Internet. The secret behind its success is that it has always been able to analyze the choice of Internet users and adjusted itself accordingly. Today, the choice of Internet users influence the way new devices are designed. The smart phones and tablets are living examples to the fact. Google has been quick enough to understand this choice, and thus it has slowly become the largest and the most important contributor to the Android Mobile platform – which is the OS used by most of the smart phone and tablet users.
This is not where Google has stopped. Based on its research on user preferences, it has come up with an innovation that has the potential to change the way we perceive devices – the Chromebook. The Chromebook, which also commonly referred to as the Google laptop is a rival of the traditional operating system of Microsoft – the Windows. However, it is very much different from the Windows platform, considering the fact that it’s only component is the Chrome browser. The Chrome laptop works on the Internet – as Google believes most of the work that a person does on the computer Internet-related. Secondly, it does not require much space, as most of the data is securely stored on the Cloud – which saves a lot of space, and also brings in the idea of unlimited space.
Samsung, Sony and Acer are already part of the campaign and have brought out their own versions of the Chrome laptop, which have been in great demand. The latest organization which is almost certain to join in is HTC. HTC is a well-known organization which mainly deals with mobile phones and tablets. It has launched several Android phones and is a favorite among smart phone users worldwide. However, it would venture out in a new domain altogether, with another huge innovation – a dual operating system that includes both the Android and the Chrome OS.
HTC would soon come up with a winner – that can provide the mobility and smoothness of the Android system, and the cloud-centric, app-based Chrome OS in one single device – the HTC Chrome laptop. While the modalities are being worked out, it can be easily guessed that its future users would be in for a treat as they would be able to sync up data between their phones, chromebooks and other devices almost seamlessly. The HTC Google laptop would no longer be just another laptop – it would become a means to centrally control your web profile, with the help of the ever-expanding Google!