Google and Intel announced today that more Chromebook models are on the way. The new models will include i3 chips (for better performance) and Bay Trail Atom chips (for better battery life). This is further proof that Chromebooks are not a passing phase and that they will be with us for a while longer. Why would Intel invest in improving chip sets for Chromebooks if they did not think the market was growing? Also, there must be an opportunity for income since the list of manufacturers offering Chromebooks is growing. I like the fact that there is now more competition and that will keep prices lower and quality higher.
What do you think?