Google's Chromebook might just take over the PC market soon as the company has recently partnered with chip-maker Intel and PC manufacturers like Lenovo, Acer, HP and Dell to launch a couple of new products in multiple markets. Obviously, this has already become a great threat to Microsoft and its Windows OS. Moreover, Google also revealed that Chrome OS products will reach nine more countries this year, while, right now, it is already selling in 20 countries.
Google and Intel recently showcased a number of new Chrome OS products that will go on sale in the coming months. Lenovo is going to introduce three Chromebooks in the coming months including one for education/ enterprise market. The N20 and N20p Chromebooks are already known about as we reported yesterday itself. However, the third one is the Thinkpad YOGA 11e, which is a convertible Chromebook perfect for school environment.
Asus will also be releasing the new C200 (11-inch) and C300 (13-inch) Chromebooks in the coming months. Obviously all these products will be powered by Intel's Bay Trail processor.
The companies also revealed launch time-frames for two of the already announced products LG Chromebase and HP Chromebox, which will go on sale in May and June respectively.
Moreover, Google is also upgrading few of the old products. In this batch, devices like Core-i3 versions of Dell Chromebook 11 and the Acer C720 Chromebooks are in the line.
But thats not the end of Google's plan. Google also spoke about some of the upcoming changes to Chrome OS like offline access to Google Play Movies and TV content. The company will be releasing a new version of Chrome OS in the next few weeks, which will allow users to store Google Play Movies content for offline access.