Update: The Google Chrome OS event has now started and we have noticed that a live video stream is available via the Cnet link found below in the previous article. So, if you are not already watching take a look and get the news as it breaks with a video stream.
Earlier today we highlighted the Google Chrome OS event start time and now we’re under 3 hours away, we want to feature a few live blogs that Product Reviews readers might want to use to catch the news as it breaks. Most people expect some new Chromebooks, but there’s a few that desire something different like a Chrome OS tablet and its release date.
Cnet will be covering the Intel and Google Chrome OS event today with a live blog, and they also feature a countdown clock to make sure you’re there when the event starts. You should also keep an eye on live.theverge.com, live.gizmodo.com, and the engadget.com homepage, which normally feature a live blog with pictures.
Will you be watching one of the Google Chrome OS event live blogs? What do you hope to see in the way of news? If you missed the news about Lenovo’s new Chromebooks, the N20 and N20p, then feel free to take a closer look at them in our earlier article from today. We are not aware of any live video coverage at this time, although feel free to share details below if you find any streaming taking place other than blog feeds.
If we find any more websites live from Google’s Chrome event today, then we’ll be sure to publish links to them on this page. For now, hit the comments with your wish list.
Did you watch the live video feed for Google’s Chrome OS event today, if so what do you make of the announcements?
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