The Jolicloud Jolibook is a new netbook with a 10.1 inch screen and a cartoon scene painted onto the back of the lid. The Jolibook is using the operating system that has been underground for a long time called “Jolicloud“. The keyboard on the Jolibook looks standard to other netbooks available on the market, looks similar to the Acer Aspire. Jolicloud is free to download at their website and works on all netbook’s but the new Jolibook is a netbook already loaded with the Jolicloud operating system.

In the image above you see the cartoon picture on the back of the Jolibook and also the battery sticking out of the back. The Jolicloud operating system is all run by “applications” similar to an ipod touch where you select an application to run. The “desktop” is full of applications to open, and is loaded with many when you install Jolicloud or purchase the Jolibook. We are still awaiting an official price for the Jolibook, that’s the last bit of information that we need.

[via Engadget]

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