While we haven’t heard much more about the gOS laptop with the $300 price tag, word is that Everex will be equipping another portable model — the 7-inch, VIA-based, ultra-portable Nanobook — with a $400 MSRP and its Google-themed Linux OS. The device — apparently being referred to as the “Cloudbook” — is rumored to be launching at the CES in January, and will become available to the public the following week. Specs include a VIA C7 ULV 1.2GHz CPU, a 30GB hard drive, 512MB of RAM, WiFi, a card reader, two USB ports, and a DVI out. Nothing has been confirmed as of yet, but there seems to be ample information supporting the rumors. Just give us multiple colors, an SSD, and tell us where exactly the trackpad is and we could be in serious like.Share on Facebook
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