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Google event could see a launch of Chrome OS Tablet and Desktop alongside Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL

A leak suggests there could be two new keyboards from a premium accessory maker Brydge, designed for a Chrome OS machine.

Written by: Suhail Sattar New Delhi Published on: September 20, 2018 15:14 IST
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Google event could see a launch of Chrome OS Tablet and Desktop alongside Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL

With Google event set to happen next month, wherein we could see Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL launch, reports suggest that there could be a few other products too.

Also, read: Google Pixel 3 could come in Pink colour variant

In a recent leak, two new keyboards from a premium accessory maker Brydge, were spotted that just might be designed for a Chrome OS machine.

Off the two keyboards, the first one comes by a codename Wallaby, which has been spotted on the Brydge’s Shopify page that looks like a 'wireless keyboard for tablet'. The keyboard looks similar to the clip-on Brydge keyboard with a trackpad that is also there on the iPad. This possibly could mean that Google might be in works for the Chrome OS tablet that might rival the Microsoft Surface Go and Apple's iPad.

Other than this, there is another keyboard that has been spotted on the shopping site, which looks shorter in size and comes with a codename 'Goanna', which presumably looks like Google could be coming up with a desktop too that runs Chrome OS. Note that these pages have been taken down, for now. Although these leaks have hyped the existence of new products in Google's arsenal, we can only wait till October 9th, when Google officially launches its products alongside Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL.

Also, read: Google Pixel 3 gets teased on Google Store ahead of October 9 launch

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