Originally Posted by TheBeatlesToday
It has nothing to do with legal rights.... the fact is that ANYONE can download and install Chromium on a laptop. They just chose to do this for the extra PR
Within 6 months, I'm sure there will be lots of Chromium laptops. I believe that only if you are Google-certified will they be called "Chromebooks"
Remember folks.... Chromium is open-source.... free and available to anyone.... including Kogan.