Monday, December 1, 2008

Cloud Presentation on Gigabyte Touch Netbook from Netbook World Summit in Paris, France



Dave's update: I just finished a presentation of "Cloud," on the Gigabyte Touch Netbook, at the Netbook World Summit in Paris, France.

"Cloud," a new small cloud operating system that will be installed in Gigabyte Touch Netbooks early next year.

Photos of first Gigabyte Touch Netbook with Cloud:

10 comments:

jason@valdezak.net said...

I have but one question... Will this be available for download like many of the other Linux distro's?

Matt said...

Where is the Download Link as Usual GOS teases us and doesnt provide the download or torrent link .

darnellclayton.com said...

Running both gOS and Windows Vista (note: I need it for my iPhone) is a dream come true!

When/where are you selling these at? And what is the price?

Anonymous said...

I think it cost the price of Vista AND the price of Linux AND the price of cloud AND the price of google.
It will be very expensive.

Didi said...

Vista cost your psychical sanity
Linux cost you several week end
Google cost your privacies informations
What about Gos ?

Didi said...

Vista cost your psychical sanity
Linux cost you several week end
Google cost your privacies informations
What about Gos ?

Chris said...

When is gOS Cloud going to be released?

poison said...

gOS 3 is really nice to use, been using kubuntu and Mint for 2 years now, and gOS is really nice.
My question is: so many Google gadgets around and where is Google Earth out of the box?

Agustin said...

Really cool OS bringing many game changing features like OS-in-a-browser and what I like the most instant-on
This however shouldn't only be limited to OEM partners, let the general public download it

Anonymous said...

This idea is phenomenal and a great use of existing tech in a very different way geared for mainstream consumers. While Microsoft Windows has the bulk of OS market and will continue to dominate for the next 5 (maybe 10) years, a "system" atop Windows to make the user experience more "usable" and friendly, without the riddle of patches, updates, and security worries is the next evolution of the internet and desktop computing. Cloud computing realizes on this market demand and I am so pleased to see it finally taking root. Great job gOS team!

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