I know, this is a little off-topic, but maybe not, since the Chrome notebook runs the same style OS that Android uses, and i was hoping others would like to add to the discussion on how to make the notebook work in conjunction with their droid phones, and be able to run Win-7 as a side program. I just bought a Chromebook, and began toying with it, but am not versed in how to parition this OS in order to use Win-7,or whether it can be done with little fuss, or do I need to look elsewhere? The Chromebook is all solid state, no HDD, and has 2 GB of main memory, but when I was working with a flash drive backup of Win-7, my attempt to partition the drive met with failure. I would love to have use of both, if possible. And since the Chromebook does have WiFi and Bluetooth, would there be a way to use either to load the Win-7 OS through these? The manual supplied with the notebook leaves a lot to be desired, and it is only for those that do NOT play with the OS, or use it in any other manner than what it is sold for. So,I turn to the real knowledge base and request assistance from those I know have what it takes to make things DO what they want, and maybe, I will have this knowledge as well. I would love to have a computer that works as a computing android, and have the ability to use my phone and computer as a symbiotic relationship, instead of a 'bastard son' relation, that only works some of the time. I would love to be able to perform dev work on the same platform as the phone, and not have to worry about compatibility issues arising from a dual boot machine, or one that is designed to support Windows, but just 'works' with Unix from time to time.