Google on Tuesday unveiled a beta version of its Chrome OS notebook, dubbed Cr-48. Those hoping to get their hands on a Chrome OS device, however, will either have to wait until mid-2011 or obtain one through one of several Google-backed giveaway options.
Verizon connectivity will be available without a contract. Every user will get 100MB of free data every month for the first two years.
As a result, Google is instead launching the Chrome OS Pilot Program. The program, which will provide the beta Cr-48 notebook to select users "is intended for early adopters, [and] users who are used to using beta software," Pichai said.
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