At the launch event later today, Google is all set to unveil a slew of products. Of course, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are the highlights of the event but those are not the only ones waiting to be unveiled. You can watch the live stream of the launch event from here.
Google is rumored to launch a new Chromebook called Pixelbook at the hardware event today. While we have been hearing about the same via speculations, now we have the details of the same revealed by a reseller's inventory listing (Via: 9to5 Google). The listing seems to have been taken down at the time of writing this post.
From the listing, it is clear that the Pixelbook will be launched in three storage options - 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. The listing shows that the Google Pixelbook will be launched with a 12.3-inch display. Back in 2013 and 2015, Google unveiled relatively larger Chromebooks measuring 12.85 inches with a resolution of 2560 x 1700 pixels.
For now, there is no information on the amount of RAM that will be used by each of the three storage configurations. One thing that seems to be uniform is the presence of an Intel Core i5 processor.
The Pixelbook is said to be priced between $1,199 and $1,749 based on the variant you choose. The price is excluding that of the style that is allegedly called Pixelbook Pen. The report points out that this Pixelbook Pen will have tilt support and carry a price tag of $99.
The other device that is seen on the inventory listing is something that we have already come across in the earlier reports. Well, the talk is about the Google Clips. This is said to be a computer accessory that is meant to be used in addition to an existing device. The inventory listing also reveals other devices such as the second-generation Google Daydream View VR headset in different colors such as Red, Blue, and Grey and the Google Home Mini.