Google to bring the Chromebook Pixel back

Google to bring the Chromebook Pixel back

Google to bring the Chromebook Pixel back

Apart from the codename Bison, the announcement of a Chromebook Pixel was thought to be nothing but hot air, until the latest report.

Later this year, Google will launch a new Pixel-branded Chromebook and a smaller version of its Home smart speaker alongside its two new Pixel phones, according to Android Police. It appears that alongside the Pixel 2 family, Google is also intending to release a new Chromebook Pixel, one that will tout powerful hardware to cater to the requirements of users that will take want to take advantage of the notebook as well as the platform Google developed for it.

As a matter of fact, Amazon is overwhelmed with its significant lead in getting its Echo into homes.

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Price and features information are thin on the ground right now, but we imagine it will work just like the Google Home, but in a smaller package and therefore a lower powered speaker. It is the main driving force behind Google Assistant and users need to first and foremost concentrate on the getting it to learn everything about them. However Android Police is unclear as to whether or not this particular Chromebook is the rumored Project Bison from previous year in which it runs a new hybrid OS of Android and Chrome OS called "Andromeda". It's not yet clear if the same holds true for the mini Google Home or not. Rival Amazon has found plenty of success with its smaller version of the Echo - the Echo Dot - so it's not surprising to learn Google may be working on something similar. The Echo Dot, which has its own speaker for voice delivery but ideally needs to be connected to a speaker of your own for music, costs $50 (£50).

Bison was introduced to compete with Apple's MacBook and Microsoft's Surface Pro. Purported specs include a fully-rotatable (360-degrees) 12.3-inch screen, up to 128GB of storage, 8GB or 16GB of RAM, and Wacom stylus support.

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