The first computer to run Google's Chrome OS is the limited-edition prototype Cr-48, which Google is rumored to have ordered 60,000 of made to distribute prior to the Chrome OS's public launch in mid-2011.
The right side of the Cr-48 offers a power jack, a solitary USB port, a headphone jack, and an SD card reader. We understand not having an Ethernet jack, although we think it's silly. But only one USB port?
The left side of the Cr-48 sports a VGA out port. At the time of writing, it is decidedly non-functional, although it's not clear whether this is because of a failure in the operating system, a failure of the hardware, or just a failure to communicate.
Google has made the Cr-48's battery dock a hidden treasure trove of secrets. Not only is there a slot for a SIM card, if you lift the piece of tape next to the battery contacts, you'll see a physical switch for enabling "jailbreaking" and installing a new operating system.