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Google unveils 'stick' computer with Asus

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sounds like cheap gomi for non computer users. Though if all you want to do is blog, watch cute videos, etc it is the device for you!

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I assume you'd have to pack along a keyboard, which reduces mobility quite a bit.

Should have on-screen keyboard.

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The 'perfect upgrade' for an existing laptop? Not if the OS keeps changing all the time. I can just imagine the incompatibility nightmare.

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I doubt Google would pull an April Fool's joke like this, and for $100 sounds great, do hope they have the keyboard etc...

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Sounds cool but the Asus word looks to close to anus.

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If they 'unveiled it', where's the photo?

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if it's practically useable and no extra cost on expensive accessories,they can sell good .

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ASUS make some really cool stuff.

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I have to log in to like your comment Phil Smy

-2 ( +0 / -2 )

how wonderful it is! a stick / pen computer - bravo!

more detail on how it'll work from a monitor would be nice.

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I assume you'd have to pack along a keyboard, which reduces mobility quite a bit. I wonder what the keyboard interface will be? Not Blue Tooth, I hope. I assume the OS is Android.

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How about holding off until you know it's real?

It's already being manufactured.

http://www.cnet.com/products/asus-chromebit/

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A fine example of 'Press Release' reporting! How about holding off until you know it's real?

3 ( +6 / -3 )

If they make an adapter to plug into old TVs, the world will be a lot cleaner.

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