Google announces its new Chromebook, laptop focused on cloud gaming

Google wants laptops running ChromeOS software enabled Gaming computer from the cloud. Its developers are trying to develop Chromebooks that serve as a device so that users who can’t afford to buy a specialized video game console or PC can play games.

To do this, the company does not work alone, but has collaborated with a few large manufacturers who are helping with the process:

  • Chromebook Vibe CX55 Flip D Asus: Convertible model with 15.6-inch touch screen, 144Hz refresh rate and 11th generation Core i7 processor.
  • Acer Chromebook 516 GE: With a high-resolution display, a 120Hz refresh rate, and support for advanced DTS audio.
  • Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming Chromebook: With WQXGA resolution screen, 120Hz refresh rate and 11th generation Core i5.

All mentioned laptop needs Wi-Fi 6e connectivity To achieve the maximum allocation of bandwidth and the price they have, do not exceed 700 euros.

With these models, Google fills the gap left by Stadia, one of the company’s brands, which they specifically mentioned. “We would have liked to have Stadia here, but The decision to shut down Stadia is in no way symbolic in industry,” said John Malletis, ChromeOS’s vice president of engineering, design and product.

Its battery life is 16 hours.

Since Google no longer has its own cloud gaming service, it will have to turn to what was once Stadia’s competition. Specifically, you would use GeForce Now by Nvidia, Xbox Game Pass by Microsoft and Luna by Amazon.

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