Google stops selling the $999 Chromebook Pixel

Earlier this week, Google pulled the HTC Nexus 9 from its online store, and now the company has pulled the plug on yet another device, the $999 Chromebook Pixel.

Google refreshed its Chromebook Pixel lineup last year with the base model starting at $999 with impressive specs and a solid build. However, the company has already discontinued the cheaper version of the laptop on its online store, although the $1299 model is still available.

In a statement received by Liliputing, Google revealed that it has no plans to restock the lower-priced Pixel, and suggested purchasing the 16 GB variant instead.

Currently, there's no word about upcoming Chromebooks from Google, but we can hope for some news coming out from the company at its annual I/O developer conference, which will commence next month. Among other announcements, it's expected to detail its plans to offer 'over a million' Android apps on Chromebooks via the Google Play store.

Source: VentureBeat via Liliputing

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