In addition to the Pixel 2 phone leaks, the details about the upcoming Google PixelBook and Google Home Mini have also made their way to the internet. Google clearly seems to be having a hard time keeping things secret.
According to Droid Life, Google’s Chromebook Pixel successor will be known as PixelBook. Set to be showcased on October 4, the new device will be released in Silver. Additionally, it will have 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage options, priced at $1,199, $1,399 and $1,749 respectively.
The laptop will run on Chrome OS and sport a hybrid design, allowing it to work both as tablet and a laptop.
Google will be also be adding stylus support in the device. The search giant will offer a PixelBook Pen, which will cost $99. The PixelBook Pen is reportedly pressure sensitive with tilt support.
New Google Home mini
Google is expanding the Home lineup with the introduction of Google Home Mini.The new smart speaker will compete with the likes of Amazon’s Echo Dot. It will offer the same functionality as Google Home, however you can expect the speaker to be underpowered. The Home Mini will be released in Chalk, Charcoal, and Coral colours with a $49 price-tag.
More details will be revealed on October 4.
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