Going by latest set of reports, Technology giant Google is gearing up to launch its first laptop within few months. The hardware is likely to run on Google's newest operating system 'Andromeda', a hybrid OS which merges the major features of Android and Google chrome.
Internally termed as 'Bison', the ultra thin pixel 3 laptop will come with a 12.3 display and completely supports tablet mode too. Bison is speculated to be powered by either Intel core M5 or Core i5 processor wherein it'll be supplemented by 8GB and 16GB RAM for 32GB and 128GB hard disks respectively. With 10mm thickness and finger print scanner, the price of this Google's hardware may start from 799$.
Reportedly, the Andromeda OS is also coming in a Huawei-made Nexus tablet which would likely hit the markets by end of this year or early 2017. Being named as Huawei 7P, Google's tablet comes with 7 inch display and 4GB RAM. Andromeda OS, being the mix bag of Chrome and Android, is something to looking forward for and it'll first be introduced in all Nexus-tablets.
Google, which recently launched a counterpart to WhatsApp in the form of Allo, is considering to target Apple's MacBook with 'Bison'. Also, the company is planning to release its pixel smartphone at an official event next week.