Google has today announced via a blog-post that it will release its Chromebooks to nine more countries which include New Zealand, the Philippines, Denmark, Norway, Mexico and Chile. Google's also extending the reach of the Chromebooks to more European nations in the coming weeks, particularly Belgium, Italy and Spain.
However, the blog-post which is written in a poetic manner, doesn't reveal any model names. Thus, the announcement is not much less than a teaser.
"Chromebooks are coming to nine more nations; to improve computing for all generations," Google marketing executive and 'occasional versifier' David Shapiro said in a blog.
According to Google, the addition of the new nations will now mark the 25 countries where Chromebooks are sold.
The California-based technology titan's drive to put the future of personal computing firmly in the internet "cloud" got a boost last month from chip titan Intel and hardware giants including Lenovo.
If you are not aware, Google introduced the first Chromebook in mid-2010 to compete against Windows operating software. Thus soon Google managed to achieve a number of PC manufacturers to help them build the Chromebooks. Among all, leading PC markers like Acer, Dell, Toshiba, Hewlett-Packard, Asus, and LG Electronics are currently making Chromebooks. Even Samsung for that matter has plunged into the league.
One more reason that helps us believe that the Chromebooks can make it to the top of the market is because of its nominal price-tags compared to laptop pricing.