It appears that Google is finally ready to inch closer to the release of its Chrome operating system. Today invites went out for a Dec. 7th (i.e. next Tuesday) event surrounding the long gestating OS.
No details are known at this time as to what exactly will be announced and demonstrated, but it is believed this won’t be a public release, but that 65,000 devices will be handed out to “friends and families” of Google. Supposedly the program is still considered to be in Beta and is nowhere near ready for public consumption.
Below is a screenshot of what the OS was said to look like from a couple of months ago.
The video at the top is the original announcement video. No one is quite sure why this is taking so long to release, and originally it was believed it would be on store shelves for this holiday season, but that is obviously not happening at this point.
It’s probably safe to assume it’ll be released some time in 2011, but there is no indication as to when exactly that will happen. Our guess would be towards the middle of the year, but that is strictly a guess.
Hopefully we’ll learn more on Dec. 7th, so be sure to check back in with us for all of the details!