Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) highlighted the availability of Chromebooks in nine more countries across the globe through a poem published on the search engine giant’s Chrome blog by David Shapiro, director of Chromebook Marketing and occasional versifier.
The first four lines of the poem reads:
Chromebooks are coming to nine more nations
to improve computing for all generations,
So we’d like to say our Hellos
to our new global Chromebook fellows:
In the succeeding lines of the poem, Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) greeted consumers —translated hello in the languages of the nine countries such as New Zealand, Philippines, Norway, Denmark, Mexico, Chile, Belgium, Spain, and Italy.
The search engine giant emphasized that users will have shorter waits to go online using Chromebooks, which offers a better way of computing. It also boasted that the device features a built-in virus protection, tons of apps, and free automatic updates.
In addition, Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) said the Chromebooks are available in different shapes, colors, and sizes. The search engine giant further heralded that the device is easy to manage, share and use.
The last four lines of the poem conclude:
Stay safe with your data stored in the cloud,
A smart pick like Chromebook will make your mom proud.
When Chromebooks in these countries alight,
We hope our new global friends find some computing delight.
Last month, Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) unveiled a new line of highly-competitive Chromebooks from different hardware manufacturers during an event in San Francisco.
The tech giants previously stated the new generation of Chromebooks are manufactured by Acer Incorporated (TPE:2353), ASUSTEK Computer Inc. (TPE:2357), Lenovo Group Limited (ADR)(OTCMKTS:LNVGY), and Toshiba Corp (TYO:6502).
The Chromebooks are powered by Google’s Chrome operating system and integrated with Intel’s new chip called Bay Trail. The devices offers a battery life of 11 hours, a balance performance, thin, light, fan less and quiet and most are touch enabled.
The starting price of some of the Chromebooks currently listed on Google’s website is $199 including the Acer C7 and Acer C720.