gOS boasts a fast boot-up of the "Cloud" Operating System that enables users to get on the internet or use some basic applications which are yet to be revealed. One of the attractive features of this OS is its ability to boot into Windows or Linux if the user wishes to do more than just browse the internet. Cloud will come pre-installed along side Windows XP in GIGABYTE touch-screen netbooks early next year.
The hardware requirements are very modest and it takes up only 35 MB in hard-disk. The feature list is not too impressive but the browser does come with flash and MP3 support, hence it opens up the possibility of numerous webapps.
The concept of this Cloud OS reminds me of the "SplashTop Instant-on Linux" by DeviceVM.