Google Plans To Launch A New Chromebook Pixel

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Google will launch not just two new Google Pixel phones at a hardware event this fall, but an all-new Pixel-branded Chromebook

The source is confident that this Pixel will be branded a Chromebook, while Project Bison was originally intended to run a highly-modified version of Android known internally as Andromeda.

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We know that Bison was intended as a serious competitor to Apple’s MacBook and Microsoft’s Surface Pro, with a 12.3″ screen, 32 or 128GB of storage, 8 or 16GB of RAM, and an optional Wacom stylus that would be sold separately. Google intended for Bison to be under 10mm thick, and feature a “tablet” mode.

We guessed at the time this would be similar in form to the ASUS Chromebook Flip line of laptops, allowing the screen to be rotated a full 360-degrees, making it a true “convertible.” We’re still not sure what exactly it means.