You can ZOOM text, if that's what you need for readability on your TV - go to the Page Icon and Select 'Text Zoom', or use Ctl++, Ctl+-. or in most cases it's mapped to the scroll wheel of the mouse. I don't see a way to zoom the whole page, including graphics. I'm sold on the speed - this is my default browser now.Without Pagezoom, like in IE, Opera and now even Firefox 3, Chrome is of no use to me.
One feature that I like about Chrome is you can just search the site when you type that site address and press Tab button. And i liked it because it is fast, and its gui is simple. But I saw slowing down in flash-powered site on low-performance computer.The one feature I like most about FF and Chrome is the search of the bookmarks folder in the address bar. I wish IE had this, and by the looks of things, IE8 will be lacking this feature too. It's so much easier to type part of a bookmark/favorite's name and have search find it than it is to browse through all my favorites.
James M. Fisher
MS-MVP Windows Desktop Experience
Zooming all the page elements (not just text) is one of the latest enhancements. Taken from this CNET article. They are also preparing MAC and Linux versions.Without Pagezoom, like in IE, Opera and now even Firefox 3, Chrome is of no use to me.