Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Chromebooks Will be at More Shops In More Nations

Chromebooks - Google really wants you to buy a Chromebook. That could be impossible, nevertheless, for all those that have made a solemn vow not to shop at Best Buy o-r Amazon.com. For the serious retail loyalist, Google includes a few more possibilities for this summer you coming.

Google announced to-day that Chromebooks will soon be available at Walmart and Staples. The extension provides Google's answer to the notebook to buyers at 2,800 Walmart and 1,500 Staples stores across the region.

Stepping into essentials, the Acer Chromebook using a paltry 16GB SSD could be the only product available at Walmart. Later this summer the $199 journal will debut. Staples will quickly carry Chromebooks from Samsung, HP and Acer this upcoming weekend, If you can not wait that long.

If neither of these possibilities attract you, Chromebooks will also be coming to Office Depot, Office Max, Fry's and TigerDirect in the coming weeks. Those four shops will become more fussy, however, so its not all store will hold Chromebooks.

All of this is lovely for your American Chromebook fan, but how about the European Chromebook fan? Google hasn't forgotten you. The organization declared that Chromebooks are now actually available at 116 Tesco stores in the UNITED KINGDOM. For all those in Holland, you'll be able to pick up Chromebooks at Mediamarket and Saturn shops. For Sweden and France, Chromebooks may now be accessible at FNAC and Elgiganten stores respectively.

In one last show of goodwill, Google also announced that Chromebooks would be making their way to Australia through JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman stores across the country.

For everyone else, Google says they are working on later this season taking Chromebooks to more places.

This expansion may not result in more sales for Google's answer to the notebook, however it certainly shows that Google isn't giving up o-n its line of computers any time soon. In a world of suffering journal sales, Google's perseverance certainly requires some cojones.

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