Rumors of a touch-enabled Chromebook have gained added credibility, after a new report from The Wall Street Journal today.
Quoting sources “familiar with the matter”, the publication said that touch-enabled Chromebooks will be sold later this year. However, there’s still no information on availability or pricing. We also have no idea which hardware manufacturer has been tapped by Google to build the Chromebook. With Acer, HP, Lenovo and Samsung selling, or working on Chromebooks, Google has a ready pool of manufacturers to tap on.