CNET reports driver support is one of the hardest tasks of Google's Chrome OS. Especially printing is pretty tricky, and the search engine giant is trying to figure out a way to tackle this problem.
But printers are another story. Printer drivers are generally unique to the device and pose problems for computer makers.
"We want to get out of the business of printer drivers. All the problems related to drivers we want to go away," Upson said.
That means Google is going to have to come up with a "wonderful printing solution" that it has yet to discuss in public, although talks are ongoing with printer manufacturers, Upson said. Expect to see something from Google along those lines prior to the expected launch of Chrome OS in late 2010.