Chromebooks, personal computers running Google's Chrome OS, may soon invade stores near you.
Chromebooks are known for their flexibility, simplicity, and cheap price. But if there's one downside, it is their availability. That may all change soon as Google is now planning to make its Chromebooks readily available three times more in stores.
Google estimates around 6,600 stores around the world to start selling Chromebooks just in time for back-to-school shopping. Apart from Best Buy and Amazon, Walmart and Staples are also joining the team of retailers that would offer Google's Chromebook.
On other markets worldwide, the new retailers include Dixons, Tesco, Mediamarket, Saturn, FNAC, Elgiganten, JB Hi-Fi, and Harvey Norman.