Official photos of Jolibook cloud-based netbook now out

Official photos of Jolibook cloud-based netbook now outAfter teasing its new cloud-based netbook a few days ago,Jolicloud has released official pictures (included below) of its new device. The Jolibook requires an internet connection to run cloud-based apps that gave been built using HTML5. To do this, it runs Jolicloud 1.1 OS, which is based on the Chromium OS.

There are over 700 free native-like web apps that users can to choose to install a launch icon, in addition to the standard apps that include Gmail, Skype, Twitter and Firefox. One of the features of the OS is its ability to automatically synchronize a user’s virtual desktop on multiple devices.

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Jolicloud 1.1

The netbook is powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core Intel Atom with integrated graphics capable of playing video in 720p. Storage is provided by 250GB spinning hard drive, and its screen is thought to be 10.1-inches.

It is due for release by the end of November with France, the home of Jolicloud, expected to be the first country where it will be available, followed by other European countries. Pricing and US availability has yet to be announced for the what will be one of the first Chromium OS devices on the market.

Source: electronista

Tags: Chrome OS, netbooks

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