"If you're wondering where Dell is on this list, you're not the
only one. Anson's release of the Mini 10v image was strictly
unofficial, and to date Dell has made no official announcements on
its plans for Chrome OS, other than they're evaluating it.
"Dell's hesitancy seems a bit strange at first glance. After
all, this is a hot new operating system designed by Google, which
has a decent track record for the software it launches. And Chrome
OS has a strong pedigree: it's got Ubuntu and Moblin inside. Dell
has released products with both of these technologies, so what's
not to like?"
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