Assuming Digitimes got the story correct, why does Google want to push the price of a Chromebook up? Seems like an odd thing to do when they are trying to enter a competitive consumer market with a new/unfamiliar OS.
If you are considering Chromebooks but don't want to leave your Windows apps behind, you should look at Ericom AccessNow, a pure HTML5 RDP client that enables Chromebook users to connect to any RDP host, including Terminal Server (RDS Session Host), physical desktops or VDI virtual desktops – and run their applications and desktops in a browser.
Ericom‘s AccessNow does not require Java, Flash, Silverlight, ActiveX, or any other underlying technology to be installed on end-user devices – an HTML5 browser is all that is required.
Please can you declare any association you have with Ericom or state your hands-on experience with that product?
To date you've posted 6 near-identical adverts for AccessNow without a mention of the other similar solutions out there (ThinRDP, RemoteSpark).
If you're a customer of theirs and have used it, we'd be interested to know how you got on. If you represent Ericom then declaring that openly and perhaps offering a more personal invitation to try the product might work in your favour. If you're neither then that's cool too!
This is a forum, and we all benefit from exchanging ideas and experiences. I'd also like to gently remind you that it is against the T&Cs for you to just post adverts.
Yes, you are correct that I am associated with Ericom. I should have included that information in my posts. I do however, think that the AccessNow solution is very relevant to people considering Chromebooks, and we have had many inquiries from Chromebook users (or potential Chromebook users).