As we eagerly wait for Google’s upcoming Pixel smartphones, several leaks have already given us a general idea regarding the upcoming smartphones. Interestingly, the latest leak ahead of next month’s event has shown first glimpse of another Chromebook from the company.
According to a latest report by Droid Life, the device, known as Google Pixelbook, will serve as a premium device for the search engine giant’s ChromeOS. While Chromebooks are known for being highly affordable, the upcoming device will come with similar price tags of full PCs. If the rumors are to be believed, then the company is set to pack some solid specifications under the hood with prices starting from $1199 to all the way up to $1749.
While not a lot of details regarding the device is known so far, Droid Life has reported that the upcoming Chromebook will have three different flash storage options. 128GB, 256GB and 512GB with pricing of $1199, $139 and $1749 respectively.
If the rumors are true, then it will certainly be interesting to see how it performs in the market. In last several years, Google has started to push to gain more shares in the consumer PC markets and given that there aren’t many powerful Chromebooks available in the market, Google might be in for serious business if the upcoming Pixelbook can offer solid power with its configurations.
Regardless of what happens, the release of Google’s own Chromebook will put the search engine giants on par with other major PC manufacturers such as Microsoft and Apple who have shown others the way to make solid hardware. However, with Pixel event coming up on October 4th, we will have to wait just few more days to know more about the device.
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