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Google’s ‘Pixelbook 2’ Design Apparently Leaked In Ad Weeks Before Launch
By Mikelle Leow, 10 Sep 2018
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Will the Google employee who has been “carelessly” letting product details slip out of the company please stand up?
Less than a week ago, a yet-to-be-released ‘Pixel 3 XL’ smartphone was apparently found at the back of a Lyft—and that was shortly after a Russian tech blogger posted an in-depth, hands-on review of the model.
Now, tech blog Chrome Unboxed has shared what looks like an online ad showing Google’s upcoming laptop-tablet hybrid, the ‘Pixelbook 2’, nearly a month ahead of the company’s flagship event.
Sent in by an anonymous reader, the snapshot of an ‘AdChoices’ advert reveals an unassuming-looking ‘Chromebook’.
Upon closer inspection, though, one might discover that the bezels in this model are much slimmer than the first-generation ‘Pixelbook’.
With the number of Google “leaks” that have surfaced so far, some speculate that it could all be one big prank by the company. Perhaps fans will finally have their closure at the upcoming event on 9 October.
This could be our first glimpse of the Pixelbook 2 convertible #madebygooglePosted by Chrome Unboxed on Saturday, September 8, 2018
[via Chrome Unboxed, images via various sources]
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