Google has announced that Chromebooks will soon be available to buy in nine more countries.
The advertising company said on Monday that its eponymous key-slabs would soon be available in New Zealand
, the Philippines, Norway, Denmark, Mexico, Chile, Belgium, Spain, and Italy.
"Chromebooks are coming to nine more nations to improve computing for all generations," the company's Director of Chromebook Marketing and Occasional Versifier, David Shapiro, wrote.
"When Chromebooks in these countries alight, We hope our new global friends find some computing delight."
The rest of the announcement was also in verse, which is a legacy technology used to animate scoundrels and damsels in old app-display devices called folios.
Google launched the Chromebooks in 2011. Sales haven't been huge – 45,000 were sold in Western Europe in the first quarter of 2014, but the company has high hopes the devices could do well in emerging markets.