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Less than a week after Google released the code for its Chrome OS, Dell announced that it has succeeded in getting the operating system up and running on its Mini 10v netbook. "Without a network connection, ChromiumOS is not very interesting," company blogger and technology strategist Doug Anson wrote on the Direct2Dell blog last week. "With a network connection, ChromiumOS shines. The Chromium browser is extremely fast and makes for a great web-centric browsing experience."
Great that it's a snappy web experience, but it is essentially the Chromium browser, correct?
At litl we have our own cloud-based OS running on our radically different webbook available now at litl.com We decided that a cloud-based OS needs to focus on what the web gets used for most at home and that the traditional browser style interface was something of a Swiss Army knife. So we threw out the usual browser interface and set about developing our own. We added litl channels, specialized apps that customize your experience of streams and content, and an update system that automatically upgrades your channels and software. We integrated all this with our hardware which features a unique inverted-V position to minimize the device footprint and an outstanding lcd with a huge viewing angle. Check out litl.com for more details.