Google posts visual explorations of how a Chrome OS tablet UI might look in hardware.
Google has revealed on their Chromium blog potential plans to launch a touch-sensitive tablet computer similar to Apple‘s iPad. The UI Developers page contains visual explorations of how a Chrome OS tablet UI might look in hardware. Some possibilities they explore include:
Keyboard interaction with the screen: anchored, split, attached to focus.
Launchers as an overlay, providing touch or search as means to access web sites.
Contextual actions triggered via dwell.
Zooming UI for multiple tabs
Tabs presented along the side of the screens
Creating multiple browsers on screen using a launcher
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