When Google released the super slick Chromebook Pixel we didn’t really think much of it. We knew it was a high quality Chromebook but had no idea if there was even a real market for it. It seemed to be Google’s shot at Apple‘s MacBook and Microsoft‘s Surface Pro. Now Google is apparently hard at work on the notebook’s successor. The third generation Chromebook Pixel!

According to Android Police, the third generation Chromebook Pixel is set to debut later this year and might actually be Google’s Project Bison — a super-slim laptop that will be 10mm thick and would retail for $799 USD. Unlike Bison, however, the new Chromebook will supposedly run on Chrome OS. Bison, on another note, was originally set to utilize Android Andromeda — an operating system that has never actually seen the light of day.

And the new Chromebook isn’t all Google has up its sleeve: new Pixel smartphones are on the way, too, as well as a miniaturized version of Google Home.

 

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