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Posted by: AdamG
« on: May 03, 2012, 17:47:15 »

New, more powerful chips should make Chromebooks even more attractive to potential buyers.  As more people adopt Chromebooks more will also want to use them to access their Windows applications, especially for work.

One possible solution for this requirement is Ericom AccessNow, an HTML5 RDP client that enables tablet users to connect to any RDP host, including Terminal Server, physical desktops or VDI virtual desktops – and run their applications and desktops in a browser.

Ericom‘s AccessNow does not require any client or other underlying technology to be installed on end-user devices – an HTML5 browser is all that is required.

You can choose to run a full Windows desktop or just a specific Windows app, and that desktop or Windows app will appear within a browser tab.

For more info, and to download a demo, visit:
http://www.ericom.com/RDPChromebook.asp?URL_ID=708

Note:  I work for Ericom
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: April 06, 2012, 12:17:40 »

With the release of the Chrome OS, there are many evidences being found for the Next-gen Chromebooks supporting Ivy Bridge processors

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Next-gen-Chromebooks-might-sport-Ivy-Bridge-processors.72665.0.html


 
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