Tech companies are on the run, as they develop and distribute products. Just yesterday, a fellow blogger reported of Research In Motion (RIM) handing out free BlackBerry Playbooks to developers who get an application approved at the App World Store.
Google Chrome OS Team unveiled the very first Chrome OS netbook. Apart from launching the netbook, the team added fun to it by rolling out a limited number of Chrome netbooks for test purpose. A small pilot program was initiated only for U.S. residents, who are at least 18 year old, who wish to participate in the small Pilot program.
Google Chrome OS Netbook Sign Up Page, read:
We have a limited number of Chrome notebooks to distribute, and we need to ensure that they find good homes. That’s where you come in. Everything is still very much a work in progress, and it’s users, like you, that often give us our best ideas about what feels clunky or what’s missing. So if you live in the United States, are at least 18 years old, and would like to be considered for our small Pilot program, please fill this out. It should take about 15 minutes. We’ll review the requests that come in and contact you if you’ve been selected.
The Sign-up page consist of categories, upon clicking the ‘Tab’ refers you to a small survey. The team would thoroughly review each survey filled in order to distribute free copies.
Find the link page [here]