California: Storing online data have become a reality. Top ranked search engine Google has launched its recent range of computers which offer no hard drive to store data but enables or pushes user to advance a step ahead to use the cloud data.
Samsung manufactured Chromebox desktop and Chromebook laptop priced at 279 pounds and 379 pounds respectively, have been designed to take on Microsoft and Apple and offers a distinct feature to store data in the Google’s servers in an approach to reach out to people for cloud computing.
With this facility, one can access there documents from anywhere using any device if the computer is stolen or damaged. The computer offers an instant boot up facility and takes less than a minute.
Here, users go online to access word-processing and photo-editing software on "web apps" via Google's web-based operating system Chrome.