Since we announced the PsiXpda last week, we've been delighted to read all the reactions online. So delighted that we wanted to share some of the reaction!
Read Write Web The device is a hardware nerd's dream, described as "very techy and hackable" by one of the minds behind the project, Ewan Spence. It's smaller than netbooks, roughly 2/3 in length and 1/2 the width. It weighs 430 grams, around 15 ounces.
Google's Chrome OS has made a lot of headlines, and many people are writing about what they think the strategy from Mountain View will be.
We here at the PsiXpda offices are discussing just as much as many of you are. Of course we'd be interested in running Chrome OS at a later date - but it appears that Google will have very strict definitions on the hardware that will run the OS.
So the dust settles on the details on Chrome OS and everyone can spend the next few months debating Google’s strategy.
Unlike other Bay Area companies, Google has been known to get it wrong, so just because they are doing something, it doesn’t meant that they will make a success of it. With Chrome OS they’re making the biggest play to cloud computing yet. By cloud computing they actually mean “we’ll be your hard drive that you can connect to wherever you are in the world.”