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10 Interesting Google Chrome OS Mock-up Designs

We may never see the first development version of Google Chrome Operating System until the beginning of next year. We can however look at some mock-up desktop designs of Chrome OS which are scattered throughout the web.

I've collected some of the best looking and interesting mock-ups, and you will be the judge if any of them can closely resemble or shall I say predict the look of the "real version" of Chrome OS once it comes out:

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