Google: A Comix to create interest for a new web browser

To gain further interest and introduce new features of its web browser launched today, Google created a comix book about the browser. On 38 pages the comix describes benefits, key scenarios and advantages of the Google Browser in comparison to existing solutions.

Google’s Chrome browser combines minimal design with technology improvements to make the web faster, safer, and easier.


Click on the image below for for the link

link to Google comix























More information:
The comix as book and PDF download
Google Blog
Google Chrome Download page

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