LG recently previewed its Chromebase computer ahead of its official debut at the Consumer Electronics Show taking place next month. The all-in-one computer runs on Google‘s Chrome OS, which allows users to have all of their cloud-synced content at the ready when they log in, making it convenient for public places. It packs 2GB of RAM, a 16GB of solid state storage drive, and a thus-far unnamed Intel Celeron processor into a 1080p IPS display while connectivity includes the standard USB, audio jacks, network and HDMI input that lets the computer double as a second monitor. The computer comes with a keyboard, mouse, speakers and webcam. LG hasn’t given a price or firm release date just yet, but expect more details after CES.