HP, Acer and Samsung Chromebooks Go International
Chromebooks have become quite appealing to say the least. They basically offer the functionality of a notebook (on the most part) at the price of an affordable tablet, so there’s no wonder why this type of gadget has earned its fair share of enthusiasts all across the globe.
Well, if you happen to be one of these people and you’d like to own a HP Pavilion, an Acer C7 or a Samsung Series 3 Chromebook, you might be interested to find out that their availability has been recently extended to a few new markets/countries. Join us after the break for some juicy details.
Chromebooks Getting Ready for a Wide Release
Assuming that you live in Australia then we have some good news for you, as the Acer C7 and the Samsung Chromebook have recently gone up on sale in that particular region. One thing to keep in mind however, is that the gadgets are not being retailed via the Play Store so if you’d like to buy one then you’ll have to pick it up from Harvey Norman. As far as price tags go, the Acer C7 is will set you back $299 while the Samsung Series 3 will cost you $349. The HP Pavilion is also expected to go on sale at the aforementioned retailer in the coming weeks, starting at the price of $399.
The good news continue as the Acer C7, the HP Pavilion and the Samsung Series 3 Chromebook have also gone on sale in Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Ireland.
Have you been waiting for an opportunity to buy a Google OS-powered notebook? Are you planning on buying one of these three devices and if so, which one?
Thanks Android Central for the heads-up regarding the HP Pavilion, Acer C7 and Samsung Chromebook availability.