Microsoft V/s Google: Battle Of Chromebook Segment

Main Image
  • Like
  • Comment
  • Share

Microsoft has been the boat toppling in the middle of a sea storm. It had to face the software bases rivalry from Google’s Android and then in the smartphone segment, Apple has been providing Microsoft a tough time. As mentioned in one of the latest updates, Microsoft now plans to roll out Windows 10 which can be installed on Android smartphones as per user’s preference. And this time Microsoft eyes to launch competitors against the very popular Google Chromebook. Though the laptop couldn’t grab as much buyers as did its release news but I’d still say that for those who are looking for a swift internet experience with no other major computing concerns, Chromebook is a lovable to gadget to get your hands on.


Because of the limitations, Chromebook has failed to be the hand-toy of most of the computer users and it could not provide the results as expected by Google. This might just be thee fact why Google is giving these little gadgets away at reduced prices. And at theses reduced prices, Chromebook could just attract your attention.

Microsoft now seems to be very seriously working to go head-on against the Chromebook with its new products which are expected to run on Windows 10 as it is already known that Microsoft is all set to start rolling out Windows 10 for computers and smartphones in upcoming months.

Mudit SharmaMudit Sharma
A tech expert with zeal to shoot a third-eye vision at tech updates and electronic gadgets.

Related Articles

ImageOPPO F27 Pro+ 5G: India’s First Super Rugged Smartphone

OPPO F27 Pro+ 5G is the talk of the town as it is India’s first super rugged monsoon-ready phone. It can handle whatever the weather throws at it. OPPO’s new poster star has an IP69 rating, a 360-degree armor body, and more. Packed with top-of-the-line features, and ColorOS14 it’s a perfect blend of performance and …

ImageGoogle likely to go self-reliant with its Own Custom Chip for Chromebooks

Google is known to lead the way of innovation in the fields of online advertising, cloud computing, hardware, and software technologies. Lately, it has been known to be coming up with its own Tensor SoC for its Pixel line of phones. And now, a new report from Nikkei Asia states that the company is all …

ImageGoogle at CES 2022: A Quick Look at Everything the Company Announced

Although Google skipped the in-person attendance at this year’s CES, the company has unveiled a slate of connectivity solutions that you should start seeing in the broader ecosystem in 2022. This includes things like extending support for Fast Pair on ChromeOS and Android/Google TV platform; digital car keys; spatial audio to headphones; and more. Let’s …

ImageOppo On The Path To Integrate 100 Generative AI Features Into Smartphones, Collaborates With Google And Microsoft

The Chinese smartphone and consumer tech manufacturing company Oppo will make AI available on smartphones across all price points by the end of this year. To achieve this feat, the brand has partnered with software giants Google and Microsoft and popular chip manufacturers MediaTek and Qualcomm. Oppo’s official press release contains a report from IDC, …

ImageGoogle now allows cross-platform chatting between Slack, Microsoft Teams & Google Chat

Google keeps working to make connectivity easier and faster. The company keeps adding new features every few weeks so that accessibility becomes more efficient. Following the same path, Google has enabled interoperability of applications like Google Chat, Microsoft Teams, Slack, Zoom Team Chat, and more. This will be done with the help of the Mio …


Be the first to leave a comment.