A while ago, it was reported that Google is working to bring its in-house chip that will power its Chromebooks and tablets, with the company’s plan only to be completed by 2023. However, according to a leaker who also shared some renders and additional information about the product, the company may be using a Tensor chip on the upcoming Pixelbook 2.
Images shared by Twitter user AI say that Google Pixelbook 2 will come in five colors. In addition, the device will have a 13.3-inch screen. Another name for the device will be the Chromebook because the Pixelbook is allegedly going to replace the Pixelbook Go running Chrome OS. The Pixelbook 2’s design gives it a MacBook Air feel, with a case that looks like it’s made of solid aluminum material. Probably Google will compete with Apple with this device.
With the shared images, we understand that the computer has a total of five color options with orange, green, yellow, blue, and pink color options. Also in the image, we see a couple of USB Type-C ports placed on either side of the Pixelbook 2, as well as a 3.5mm jack on the right. In addition, the glass in accordance with a surface dimension we assume that a monitoring panel as well.
The use of the Tensor chip in Google Pixelbook 2 also gives confidence in Google’s marketing plan. The fact that the company wants to reveal more special chips for use in its future products also reveals that the company is serious about its hardware division.
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