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Back in 2009, we had Android 1.6 running on a touchscreen Windows tablet. Fast forward to today and you can run Android 4.4.2 on a Chromebook Pixel or other Chrome OS device. It’s not a merger of Chrome and Android but it’s an interesting option, especially if you have a touchscreen laptop. And speaking of Windows, we discuss an interesting experiment on this week’s podcast: A review of a budget Windows laptop compared to a Toshiba Chromebook 13.
Today’s Chrome Show episode is sponsored by Backupify.
Hosts: Janko Roettgers and Kevin C. Tofel
Samsung Chromebook 2 to have 125% better performance than the old Chromebook
Meet Photowall, a new Chromecast experiment
Google Now is finally in the stable version of Chrome for Windows and Mac OS X
Chrome OS is getting a new video player, or at least a standalone one
Battle of the Toshiba laptops: Chrome OS vs Windows
App / Extension of the week: Google Slides