Google Chromebooks Coming to Six New Countries


By , March 20th, 2013 , Tags: , , , , 2 Comments

Google’s Chromebooks from HP, Acer and Samsung will become available in six new countries: Australia, Canada, Germany, France, Ireland and the Netherlands, Google has announced.

Google Chromebook

Google Chromebook

The rollout, which will start Tuesday, will also include Chromebooks for schools and businesses. Google will organize a Hangout for each new country the Chromebooks are available in, explaining how Chromebooks can be used in education. The time schedule for the Hangouts is available here.

Furthermore, Chromebooks will become available in more than 1,000 new Best Buy stores in the U.S. over the next couple of weeks.




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