Google says Pixel laptops aren’t dead, it just isn’t announcing or selling any – Ars Technica

Earlier this week, comments from Google hardware SVP Rick Osterloh suggested that the company was totally out of the first-party laptop business.

“Google hasn’t backed away from laptops,” he said, referring to the company’s Chromebook efforts. “But we have no plans for Google-branded laptops.” The statement understandably prompted a wave of stories about the death of the Chromebook Pixel and related projects—the last version of the Pixel was introduced in March of 2015 and unceremoniously discontinued in August of 2016.


Write a Reply or Comment:

Your email address will not be published.*