“Keepod” Turns Your Old Laptops Into Chromebooks Instantly

Keepod is Chromium OS on a USB stick. Connect this to any computer and instantly start using it like a Chromebook.

Remember CloudReady, a custom build of Chromium OS that you can download and install on any old laptop or desktop to use them like a Chromebook? Keepod is a slightly different take on the same solution. This is more like a portable version of Chromium OS.

“Keepod is a slim USB stick powered with cutting-edge Chromium OS. Once connected to a computer, Keepod delivers your personal desktop and files, the powerful Chrome web browser, and access to millions of apps that you can enjoy everywhere.”

” When buy a Keepod, we give one to a person living without computer access. We’ll send your device to one of our projects around the world, enabling people to unlock a world of information and create a better future for themselves, by themselves.”

Keepod costs $14. This includes the cost of a free Keepod that the company will give away to a person living without personal computing.

System Requirements

According to the Keepod website, the system, requirements are simple: PC with x64 processor (2007 and later), 2GB RAM, Graphics card capable of 1024×768 resolution, USB port 2.0 or higher.

Find more about Keepod here: http://www.keepod.com

In Category: Chromebook

Dinsan

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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  • Dylan 18/03/2017, 3:54 pm

    Cloudeady already does this, and it’s free. Use your own USB stick.

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