In Pictures: 8 reasons why Chromebooks aren’t goin...
They are gaining market share
Definitive numbers of Chromebooks sold over the last two years remain a mystery. One report in March claimed less than 500,000 units had been sold. Another report concluded that sales were running far below Windows RT, which has been written off as a dud for Microsoft. But it all depends on how you define failure or success. It was also recently reported that Chromebooks have taken a 20-to-25 percent share of the market for under-$300 notebooks. Another report predicted shipments would double or triple in the second half of 2013 when Acer, HP, Lenovo and Samsung are expected to release new models.
In Pictures: 8 reasons why Chromebooks aren’t going away