In a recent interview with CNN, Eric Schmidt, chief executive of Google, revealed that the first devices with the Chrome OS operating system are expected to gain the attention of early adopters (people who are very easy to adopt new technologies).
Schmidt said the netbook sale with Chrome OS will have an initial focus with fans of cloud-based storage devices. The first devices, which he reiterates that will come later this year, will use chips from Intel or ARM, presence of keyboard and should not have local data storage, apart from the necessary data that are cached.
?People who believe in cloud computing, who believe in the benefits of web computing and Chrome users will be the target market,? he said. ?It is probably a big market.?
Currently the Google Chrome browser has more than 70 million users, according to data from Google itself that were disclosed during the Google I / O keynote in May.