There has been a lot of buzz around the web in the last couple days about the idea pairing of the Chrome OS, Webtop and the setup being integrated into the Android experience. Both of which were suppose to be blockbuster features for their respective companies. However, both devices seemed to just fall a little short. But what would happen if you mashed the two devices together?
Chrome is Google's attempt at making a cloud based desktop OS. It was expected to be a lot more successful than what it was. There was even talking about using it as a tablet OS and keep Android dedicated to phones.
Lapdock is Motorola's laptop-styled phone dock, when the phone is plugged in, the Webtop OS is launched. It was originally released solely for the Motorola Atrix 4G. Now it is compatible with the Droid Razr/Maxx, Droid Bionic, and the Photon 4G.
A combination of the two could prove to be exactly what was missing, and be a new killer feature for Android devices. If "Googlerola" were to mix the two, they could bring the lapdock accessory to all Android devices(phones and tablets alike). When I say phones AND tablets, I think that there could be one universal dock, however it might make sense for two desperate docks. Chrome is Android's sister operating system, so it would make sense for the two to work together seamlessly. Rather than being compatible with only one brand, open it up to ALL Android devices. It could even evolve from the lapdock to the tabdock. There are a lot of places these to concepts could go if mixed together.
What do you think? Would you be interested in a Chrome OS lapdock/tabdock for your Samsung Galaxy Nexus or HTC One X?