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It's been a couple months...

 Hey All,

I know it has been a couple months since I last posted on here. While I have been following Chrome OS developments, I have been waiting for something more concrete to write about and that should be coming soon.

CES, the Consumer Electronics Show, is happening in early January and should be giving us not only new Chrome OS devices... but other great tech for real estate professionals for us to delve into on here as well. Personally, I am looking forward to all of it. The main rumors going around for what will be unveiled are new Samsung and Asus Chromebooks... but as always, there could be more (and I personally hope for more in that regard). 

I also hopefully will get my hands on a working version Parallels for Chrome OS to see how well Parallels works on Chrome OS. I've used Parallels on Macs in the passed and it worked really well for not just Microsoft Office applications, but Windows based applications and programs in general.

That's all for now. Have a great holiday everyone, a happy new year, and I will be back on here with news from CES regarding Chrome OS for Real Estate Professionals.

Until Next Time,



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