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Posted 28 June 2013 - 20:31

Chrome OS dev channel gains Quickoffice powers, lets users edit native Excel and Word files




Chrome OS hardware continues to proliferate, and on the software front, Google continues to add features to the platform in the hopes of persuading more folks to exit the traditional PC paradigm. Today marks a significant step in achieving that latter goal, as the dev channel of Chrome OS has received the ability to edit Excel and Word files thanks to Quickoffice integration. While it's not ready for public consumption just yet, it shows that Google's getting close to fulfilling its promise to deliver native doc editing to the Pixel and other Chromebooks.




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Posted 28 June 2013 - 20:39

The Pixel is a very nice looking piece of hardware. But very limited and specially VERY expensive.

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