As expected, the Consumer Electronics Show brought us new Chromebooks.
With the one introduced by Toshiba, all but one of Microsoft's PC hardware partners are now selling laptops built with Google's Chrome operating system, points out The Motley Fool's Sam Mattera. The hold out is Asus, and it, too, is rumored to be working on a Chromebook to be launched this year.

To recap, that's Dell, HP, Acer, Samsung, Lenovo, Acer, and Toshiba selling Chromebooks with some vendors, like HP, offering multiple models.

Google also offers a Chromebook, the touchscreen Pixel, but with its $1,300 price tag, it's more like a Cadillac Chromebook designed to show what's possible. Even the Google vice president responsible for building the Pixel, Caesar Sengupta, admitted to Business Insider that he never thought it would be a big seller.
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It looks like Chromebooks will continue to gain both partners and increase sales numbers in 2014.