The 'back to school' shopping season is getting underway in the US, and Google is keen to ensure that its Chromebooks are front and centre in shoppers' minds.
US business-to-business (B2B) sales of Chromebooks have rocketed by 250 percent on last year, data recently revealed by research group NPD claims.
In just three months more than a million Chromebooks were bought by schools and other education establishments.
Sales of the Google Chromecast in the UK have proven strong enough for the device to be dubbed a 'strong threat' to the dominance of the UK pay TV market.
Demand for the Google Chromecast has been 'unprecedented' in the UK, with one store reportedly selling a device every 4.5 seconds on launch day.
Chromebooks accounted for over 1% of global PC sales during 2013, a leading industry research film has said.
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Just over a month after launch, HP's newest Chromebook - the ARM-powered Chromebook 11 - is already available to buy for under £200 in the UK.
Chromebooks "provided all the growth" in sales of laptops during the busy US back-to-school period, a leading group of Industry Analysts has reported.
Acer to to expand their range of Chromebook and Android devices whilst scaling back on Windows laptops, a report out today says.
Analysts are predicting that sales of Chromebooks, powered by Google's Chrome OS, will rise by as much as 200% in the latter half of this year.
In a report by NPD Group Inc, Chromebooks have in the past eight months gained 20 to 25% of the U.S. market for laptops that cost less than $300, making Google's laptops the fastest-growing part of the PC industry based on price.