Lost amid the hoopla over yesterday's unveiling of numerous new Chromebooks (including models from Asus and Lenovo) were a couple of announcements related to Google Chrome expanding its presence to the desktop PC.
LG revealed that it will be making its Chromebase all-in-one (AIO) Chrome PC available starting on May 26 from online retailers like Amazon, Newegg.com, and Tiger Direct. (You'll be available to pre-order it from Newegg.com and select other retailers beginning on May 12.) The $349.99 price includes two years worth of 100GB of Google Drive cloud storage.
Will Chrome succeed on the desktop the way it is starting to thrive with Chromebooks on the mobile side? Do you have any interest in a Chrome desktop PC? Let us know your thoughts in the Talkback section below.