Is This Screenshot from a Chrome OS Tablet?

We have seen Chrome OS tablet being mentioned in Chrome OS code before. Seaboard was the code name for a tablet that reported back in 2011.

But when Pedram Jabbari send me these screenshots, everything looked more clear and gave me a feeling that, we are almost there!

Take a look at this screenshot

Chrome OS Tablet

Chrome OS Tablet

The Chrome icon on the screen is a bit bigger than the icon we see on Chromebook. The width of this screenshot is 625px.

Chrome OS Tablet

Chrome OS Tablet

A Little History, The Seaboard

Here is the specs that we could dig out about Seaoboard.

google chrome os  Googles Own Seaboard   A Tegra 2 Powered Chrome OS Touch Device

1. Tegra 2 Processor from Nvidia
2.  Atmel MXT Touch Screen
3.  2MB of SPI storage – ( whatever that means — )
4.  DRAM: 1 GiB
5. Two USB Ports

That’s probably a reference tablet device to test things on. But this may not be the device being used these days, because I keep seeing new devices with different code names being mentioned in the code.

Chrome OS + Android Dual Boot?

Yes, this could be a screenshot from Chrome OS Tablet. But, what if this is from a tablet running Chrome OS and Android?  A dual boot device?

What do you think?

Well, that’s just a wild guess, and I do not have any proof/reason to provide. However, looking at number of rumors going around about a possible dual boot device with Chrome OS and Android 5.0, this is just an attractive speculation to make!

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Dinsan made Google Chrome his default browser within hours of its release. He fell in love with Chromebooks from the day he first touched one and is currently obsessed with Chromecasts.

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  • Peter @ Cloud High Club 01/08/2012, 1:09 pm

    I do hope that there will be a Chrome OS tablet, however, given that Chrome has already got its place on Android tablets, would Chrome OS tablet be redundant?

  • Saqib Ali 04/08/2012, 9:38 am

    What makes you think these screenshots are from a chrome tablet?


  • Saqib Ali 04/08/2012, 9:40 am


    Not really. I think Chrome OS is a much more secure OS than Android. Chrome OS uses verified boot process.


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