This year marks the 10th anniversary of the launch of the Chromebook. During this 10 years, Google has cooperated with Intel and OEM manufacturers to launch more than 100 products. This year, Chromebooks that meet the Intel Evo platform certification will also be launched.
Chromebooks dominated by Google, equipped with cloud-based and browser-based Chrome OS, have a certain market share in the education and commercial markets. According to IDC data, since the first ChromeOS device was launched in 2011, it has accumulated More than 100 million Chromebooks in stock.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the derived demand for remote teaching and office work has driven the growth of Chromebooks. The shipment of Chromebooks in 2020 will be 458.2 million units, which is a new high after 2015.
In the past 10 years, Google has cooperated with Intel and OEM manufacturers to launch more than 100 Chromebooks using the Intel platform. It coincides with the Chromebook reaching 10 years old. Intel said that this year will continue to bring more innovations and features to Chromebooks. , And launched a Chromebook equipped with Intel’s 11th-generation Core series processors, built-in Intel Xe display chip, and Thunderbolt 4 high-speed transmission.
In addition, it is expected that Intel Celeron and Pentium Silver processors for the education market will be launched in April, and Intel Evo certification will be popularized to Chromebooks, which means that Chromebooks that meet the Intel Evo platform certification will be launched this year.