Chrome Beta Testers Get Their Hands on Google’s Little Black Book

Google’s testing program for its open source Chrome operating system is no ordinary beta. The company is inviting applications to be one of the reportedly 60,000 users who will be part of the beta test and receive a Cr-48 netbook loaded with Chrome OS. Google reportedly is signing up beta testers by U.S. ZIP code — rather than on a first-come-first-served basis — to get broad input. The Cr-48 black netbook has no logo. The package comes with a card from Intel, which suggests it contains an Intel processor. The Cr-48 is built for cloud-based computing, so there is no indication of the size of the hard drive.

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