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I've been browsing geekbench's result browser and I stumbled across the "google parrot". However, google search doesnt result in anything. Anybody got any ideas what this is?

Also they seem to be running ubuntu.

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Parrot is the BIOS version for their Chrome Book.

https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=220395

Many results if you look up coreboot Google_Parrot.2685.37.0 from GeekBench.

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It's not. parrot is the code name for the Acer C7 Chromebook. A list mapping chromebook code names to sales channel names can be found on coreboot.org/Chromebooks –  Patrick Georgi Jan 10 at 21:07

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