Currently the Chrome OS is available on Chromebook, a netbook style computer. There are models available from Samsung and Acer. The Samsung Chromebook Series 5 has a 12.1" LED screen while the Acer Chromebook AC700 has an 11.6" LED screen. It is also be basis of Google TV.
 Web Browser
Note: Version 14 install has lots of problems installing for many Windows users. If you get a 102 error then here are some tips:
download ChromeSetup to C:\ Open CMD window and change to C: Ensure that \windows\system32 contains expand.exe Mkdir TEST set TMP=C:\TEST set WINDIR=C:\WINDOWS start ChromeSetup
Chrome browser will only install on your C: drive.
The Web browser and therefore a part of Chrome OS is a HTML transfer protocol called SPDY (pronounced SPeeDY) which compresses and streamlines the transfer of data. See SPDY whitepaper and Wikipedia for more details. Note this is also supported in Firefox OS.
 Reading apps
- Magic Scroll eBook Reader
- audlibri Player - listen to your eBooks
- Blurb Bookify - make and read books made from images.
- SoopBook - a writing online program
- Google Books - The Google collection.
- MeeGenius! children's books.
- specialize collections.
- Readium - ePub 3 Reader.
- Rage comics - comic book reader
See https://chrome.google.com/webstore/category/app/45-books for more.
 Google TV
Google TV is a specialized instance of Chrome OS. It is built into some SmartTV's and can also be purchased as an addon box for any TV from several companies. Google TV inserts itself between your cable provider or satellite provider output (HDMI) and has an independent wireless access to your router.
It can support many Android apps and provides a connection to the Google Play store for media streaming and app download.
 Laptops that use Chrome OS
- http://www.asus.com/us/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/ASUS_Chromebook_C200/ 11.6" display
- http://www.asus.com/us/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/ASUS_Chromebook_C300/ 13.3" display