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Google, the main search engine on the planet and the world's largest online advertising broker, is reportedly working on a tablet running Google Chrome OS.

The Google Chrome OS slate is reportedly powered by Nvidia Corp.'s Tegra 2 platform, according to Downloadsquad.  The product reportedly features a 1280x720 multi-touch display, 2GB of RAM, minimum 32GB of flash memory, Wi-Fi/Bluetooth/3G connectivity, GPS, webcam, and a multi-card reader.

Google did not comment on the news-story, but it is projected that the device will be available in November, 2010. The late Novmber is about the time, when Google is also supposedto release its tablets. It remains to be seen how successful Google-branded tablets will be.

Google did not comment on the news-story.

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