When we opened the device, we were immediately struck by the rudimentary keyboard. Note that there are no function keys or a Caps Lock key, which has been replaced by a search button that opens to a new Chrome tab when you press the button. To create capital letters, use the Shift key or reprogram the key in the Chrome browser settings tab.
5Setting Up the Cr-48
11Taking the Tutorial
12Playing with the Functionality
14Switching to Guest Mode
15Chrome Web Store
Next, eWEEK installed both HootSuite and NPR for Chrome and found that they landed on the App screen within seconds. It was that fast, way quicker than waiting for an app to download on a smartphone or typical computer. That’s what Google intends with its cloud-based OS and Cr-48 test machines. Our early opinion is Cr-49 and Chrome OS are great for Web apps.