Google’s Chromium OS is the talk of the net right now with even Dell staff modifying it to run on one of their netbooks. If you want to play with it but aren’t sure if it will work on your specific system then the new handy developer hardware chart will come in very handy.
The chart has been posted on the Chromium site and lists all the devices officially touted to support the platform without modifications. There are already a considerable amount of items on the list, such as the Asus Eee PC 700, 900 and 1000 units and Dells Mini 10V and Sony Vaio W as well as the Acer Aspire One.
It is worth pointing out that while many of these systems will boot Chromium OS without any modifications at all there may very well be some wireless issues with many wireless cards still lacking Linux support – Broadcom wireless cards are still not supported under Chromium OS, an issue we expect to see resolved as the popularity of this OS increases in 2010.