lg_logoSouth Korean technology giant LG has lodged a host of Australian trade marks that suggest it is planning to launch a range of Google Chrome OS-based devices.

In the last week, the company has filed trade marks for ‘ChromeOne’, ‘ChromeDesk’ and ‘ChromeStation’, all covering various technology devices.

LG currently partners with Google on the ‘Nexus’ brand of smartphones, including the soon-to-launch Google Nexus 5.

Samsung, HP and Acer all currently have ‘Chromebook’ laptop devices on the market.

All three of the trade marks were lodged on October 16 by the Korean headquarters of LG Electronics and an Australian legal representative, Griffith Hack.

They cover the exact same range of technology classes, including laptops, mobile phones and tablet computers. Specifically those classes are:
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