Good OS, the people who brought you the Linux-based Cloud at the Netbook World Summit in Paris on Monday. (You know you've made it as a form factor when you have your very own world summit. Kudos, Netbook!)found on the $199 Wal-Mart last year, announced a browser-based OS called
The Cloud OS features a browser with an integrated, OS X-like dock and a Linux kernel that boots "in seconds," according to the company. The browser looks oddly similar to
Unlike the gOS, the Cloud OS isn't meant to replace Windows but live alongside it, similar to what laptops and Lenovo on its Netbook with the SplashTop app. Good OS states that Cloud "does not require additional hardware and is compatible with any operating system."on some of its
Good OS demonstrated its Cloud OS on a gigabyte touch-screen Netbook at the World Summit in Paris. The company says that such touch-screen Netbooks running the Cloud OS and Windows will be released at CES next month.