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    Default Free Google CR48 notebook

    Google came up with an interesting idea of a device, internet terminal. You will not be able to install anything on it or store any data on it. Only you can do is to browse the web and use web applications. It has certain advantages as seen on this video

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lm-Vn...layer_embedded

    If you like to learn more and get a free prototype for yourself (it's not on the market yet) watch this videos (all 4 parts) where you learn how it works and how to get one.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJqsv8O_jBA
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0WDN...eature=channel
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xjb5k...eature=channel
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndzOD...eature=channel

    It also comes with free Verizon Wireless Internet access for 2 years. Good for accessing geocaching site while you are off the grid. I've got mine just a week ago.
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    Very interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cano View Post
    Google came up with an interesting idea of a device, internet terminal. You will not be able to install anything on it or store any data on it. Only you can do is to browse the web and use web applications. It has certain advantages as seen on this video

    If you like to learn more and get a free prototype for yourself (it's not on the market yet) watch this videos (all 4 parts) where you learn how it works and how to get one.

    It also comes with free Verizon Wireless Internet access for 2 years. Good for accessing geocaching site while you are off the grid. I've got mine just a week ago.

    I am going to try the chrome browser for awhile. It is very very fast. Thanks for the heads up on the CR-48. I'm certainly not techy enough for them to waste one on me for a trial, but I look forward to seeing yours at the next opportunity.
    Happy Trails!
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    I used Chrome a long time back and was not to impressed but I just recently started using it again and was very impressed at it compatibly and especially its speed. I will continue to use it.
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    Default Me too Rick

    Quote Originally Posted by attroll View Post
    I used Chrome a long time back and was not to impressed but I just recently started using it again and was very impressed at it compatibly and especially its speed. I will continue to use it.
    I did try it before, but this is all new and very cool....
    Happy Trails!
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