Fast science and technology news on October 2ndSundar Pichai, chief executive of Google's parent company Alphabet, recently said he would work with Hewlett-Packard to produce the Chromebook laptop in India.
It is reported that Chromebook will be located in Flex Ltd. Factory production, where HP has been making laptops and desktops since 2020.Hewlett-Packard said in a statement that the Chromebook will start production on October 2, mainly for the education sector.
Analysts say Google's production of Chromebook in India will compete with companies such as Dell Technologies Inc. And Asustek Computer Inc.
Local manufacturing will help Google maintain a stable supply in India and avoid any possible import restrictions.Chromebook is usually priced at the low end of the market and has low profit margins, so it is sensitive to any tariff measures.
In addition, Tesla is also continuing to promote his plans to enter the Indian market. According to recent reports, the company hopes to build a battery energy storage plant while seeking to build a production plant for electric vehicles.