Ahead of Google’s October 4 event, 9to5Google has uncovered more details about the search giant’s anticipated Chromebook follow-up. The device, known as Pixelbook, will apparently feature a 12.3-inch display and an Intel Core i5 chipset.
The new information was spotted on the website of a reseller, according to 9to5Google, which also confirmed the device will feature 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB of storage. Previously, Droid-Life revealed the Pixelbook would retail for $1,199, with prices rising to $1,749 depending on which storage option you choose.
In addition to the Pixelbook, Google is also rumored to release a stylus for $99. The accessory is said to feature advanced tilt support and virtually no lag, making it a major competitor with the Surface Pen and Apple Pen.
9to5Google also mentions a previously unknown Google product known as Google Clips, which is speculated to be some type of camera. For what it’s worth, Google Clips is categorized as a “computer accessory,” so there’s no telling what it might be.
Google is holding an event Wednesday morning, where the company is expected to unveil the Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Google Home Mini, and maybe even a more advanced version of Google Home to take on Apple’s upcoming HomePod.