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Chromebooks in Europe is not as popular as in the U.S
By Arnoud Wokke , Wednesday, April 30, 2014 19:04, replies: 45 , views: 3,270 • Feedback
Europeans buy very few Chromebooks compared to Americans, says Acer. About 1 to 2 percent of laptops sold in Europe would have a Chromebook, compared to 30 percent in the United States.
That would be because Europeans have a less open mind, ” says a top executive of the European division of Acer at NuTech. In addition, he did not specify why a Chromebook requires an open mind, but presumably he is referring to the operating system: on Chromebooks is that Chrome OS, in contrast to Windows.
Manufacturers would also Chromebooks release in less European countries. However, last year there were the necessary laptops with Chrome OS on the market. Manufacturers use the operating system especially on cheaper laptops, sometimes with ARM processors or else generally less powerful Intel CPUs. Google brought themselves are Chromebook Pixel off. Other Chromebooks include Samsung, Lenovo, HP and Acer. In addition to the claim of the Acer CEO figures are not known Chromebook on the European marketViewing:-118
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