Google, specifically the folks at the Chromium Developer Site has put up a list of netbooks which have hardwares that fully supports the early build of Chrome OS. If you’ve been dying to test drive Google Chrome OS but is not particularly sure whether your netbook could run the OS succesfully, netbooks listed on the chart were all tested by the Google Chromium developers.

Among the netbooks on the list include old netbooks such as the Eee PC 700, Eee PC 900, Toshiba Mini NB200 and NB205, and Eee PC 1000 with SSD.

Of course other newer netbooks were also tested to run the Chrome OS succesfully. These include the HP Mini 5101, Lenovo IdeaPad S10v among other newer netbooks.

The Google list also include other issues you need to consider when installing the Chrome OS on your netbooks.

via Liliputing

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