Chrome OS has long been a Windows exclusive, but now that Microsoft is rolling out Windows 10 Mobile, Google’s tablet OS is expected to come to the tablet market in the future.
Google’s own Windows 10 mobile operating system has a large following on Android tablets.
Google says the Chromebook Pixel and Pixel 2 have already reached more than 100 million Chromebooks sold, and the Pixel 2 XL has reached over 10 million sold.
The Pixel 2 is available in a variety of colors, and is currently available for sale in the United States.
While Chromebooks are still largely considered niche products, Google recently opened a partnership with HP to provide Chromebooks with the same HP hardware found in its own smartphones and tablets.
The new Chromebook Pixel 2, which Google will be launching at CES, is expected on March 3.
Google Chromebook Pixel with ARM Cortex-A9 processor, 512MB RAM, and 2GB SSD will cost $329 and will ship in February 2018.
Google is also making its Chromebook Pixel 3 available in May 2018.
The Chromebook Pixel is expected for a price of $1,299, and Google is offering a two-year warranty.
Google Chrome is still available for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone 8.1.