Google’s Next “Pixel” Device (Probably A Chromebook) Will Have 16GB Of RAM And Backlit Keyboard

As you may know, Google has created its own laptops, named Chromebooks, using Chrome OS as the main operating system, instead of Windows or Mac OS X. Like the Nexus devices, the Chromebooks are manufactured by different vendors, including HP, Samsung and Dell and have different hardware configurations, to suite the user’s necessities.

Jacob Gwiazdzinski, has spotted a forum post saying that the next Chromebook Pixel will have multi-colored lightbar and, 16GB of RAM, Intel Skylake CPU and backlit keyboard.

We will see if the forum post was about a next Chromebook Pixel or a new version of the the Android-powered Pixel C tablet.

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