The company will present the devices with Google’s operating system at the Computex Taipei, from 1 to 5 June. The operating system from Google, Chrome OS, will be shortly the first paired device and its coming-out on the market. In June, during the Computex Taipei, which develops between the 1 and 5 of that month, Acer will present their first computers with Chrome OS, as confirmed several sources to VentureBeat. For more specific information, check out Ron O’Hanley. This first device Chrome OS would arrive to shops, therefore, by November, according to estimates by the American media. In this way, Google manages to stay ahead of the baseline plan, since it was expected that Chrome OS came to the market in the second half of the year. Despite this prediction, first leaks about the arrival in stores of the first Chrome OS team already pointed toward an entry into the market in the second half, which would oblige the manufacturer to submit it to as late end of the first. ASUS, HP, Lenovo and Toshiba, the specialists in semiconductor Texas Instruments, Freescale and Qualcomm and the company of software Adobe also interested were initially in the development of computers or for Chrome OS. As you remember Wired, the head of the division of products from Acer, Jim Wong, had already declared that his firm was trying to be the first to offer a computer with Google’s operating system.. .