NPD: Chromebooks Captured 20-25% Of The Low End US Laptop Market

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NPD: Chromebooks Captured 20-25% Of The Low End US Laptop Market More than just a browser?

If the recent comments from Stephen Baker, NPD’s VP of Industry Analysis for Consumer Technology, are to be believed then it looks like Google is doing an okay job with their Chromebooks.

During the interview, Stephen said that in the last 18 months, Chromebooks have captured around 20-25% of the US market for the laptops that cost less than $300.

In addition to that, he noted that the entire segment of the low end PCs is growing, which might put Microsoft under a tight spot, considering that Google is adding more and more features that work offline.


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