Google is about to launch a high-end Chromebook with a stylus

Google'' s Chromebook Pixel, introduced in 2015, the Pixelbook will be Google ' s initially “”Pixel”-branded Chromebook in more than 2 years.
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It appears like yet another huge Google report has actually been validated.

Images of exactly what is apparently a brand name brand-new Pixel-branded Chromebook have actually simply appeared, thanks to a fresh crop of leakages from DroidLife. The Android blog site is reporting that Google is preparing to introduce a brand-new high-end Chromebook, called “Pixelbook,” that might match Apple’s iPad Pro.

The so-called “Pixelbook” will basically be a silver Chromebook that can likewise fold into a tablet and features an optional pressure-sensitive stylus. It’s not clear who the maker of the gadget is, however the Pixelbook images look a lot like the previous Chromebook Pixel , though the hinge will now enable for it to be utilized as a tablet.

Google is obviously targeting the high-end customer for this gadget. It’s the very first Chromebook to bring the Pixel name because the 2015 Chromebook Pixel, and it will apparently begin at a rate of $1,200.

That cost is for the entry-level 128GB design. Google will likewise offer a 256GB variation for $1,400, and 512Gb alternative for $1,750. The Pixelbook’s pressure-sensitive “Pixelbook Pen” stylus will supposedly cost $100.

Other news outlets had actually reported the presence of a Pixel-branded Chromebook last month , however information around the gadget stayed dirty. Now, in between the stylus, tablet performance, and cost, it appears quite clear Google will be placing the Pixelbook as a high-end Chromebook more along the lines of exactly what you ‘d get out of the iPad Pro than the normal affordable Chromebook.

The Pixelbook is anticipated to release along with Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL phones at an October 4th press occasion in San Francisco. When it will go on sale, it’s not clear.

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