When Google listed which companies were diving head first into the Chrome OS
pool, Dell was surprisingly spotted standing around without its floaties on
. Of course, that didn't stop the company from installing the OS
on one of its netbooks just for fun. Now, hot on the heels of a Dell-specific Chrome configuration
, we have word from Amit Midha, Dell's President for Greater China and South Asia, that the two companies are in talks regarding future use of the blingy OS. Midha isn't indicating just what that future use might be, saying only that his company just wants to be "one of the leaders" with the technology. With Acer
seemingly ready to announce hardware any day now, Round Rock's best had better get rolling.