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Kogan also said that he found many customers were already using cloud services such as Gmail, Flickr and Dropbox without realising it. The open, cloud-based nature of Chromium also means that the platform will evolve, he added.
"Google's Chromium OS is an open-source project, making it a constant work in progress. This means the system will improve over time and new features and improvements will keep getting introduced by the open-source community," he said.
Spec-wise, the Agora comes with a 11.6-inch WXGA widescreen HD LED display (1366-by-768-pixel resolution), an Intel Celeron M ULV SU2300 processor, 1GB RAM (with support up to 4GB) and a 30GB SSD.
It also includes Wi-Fi, a 1.3-megapixel webcam, a card reader, integrated Bluetooth, three USB inputs and an HDMI-out.
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