EMEA, which represented 11 per cent of total sales of Chromebooks in 2014, is the secondary focus for vendors with Western Europe as the primary target.
After Samsung's decision to exit the European Chromebook market and focus on tablets, Acer took the lead to become the number one worldwide Chromebook vendor in 2014.
Acer sold more than 2 million units in 2014. Samsung held the number two position with 1.7 million units sold in 2014 and HP, a late entrant to the market, was ranked third, with one million units, thanks to its strong connection with education partners.
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