Google Might Be Preparing a Kaby Lake G-Powered Chromebook
Chromebooks are extremely popular right at this point. Indeed, Acer as of late discharged the main convertible Chromebook and several other premium models went for business clients. Google isn't remaining behind either. A gadget under the codename "Kidd" was as of late found in a Chromium OS code submit. Kidd is professedly expected to be a Chromebook, and the first to accompany a quad-center Kaby Lake G processor with AMD Radeon Vega designs inside. The Kaby Lake G family is included the Intel Core i5-8305G, i7-8705G, i7-8706G, i7-8709G, and i7-8809G. That is an aggregate of five processors for Google to browse. Be that as it may, right now, it's vague whether Kidd will utilize a 65 watt demonstrate or decide on an all the more intense 100 watt variation.
The most recent Chrome OS refresh brought bolster for Linux applications. In this way, clients would now be able to introduce Steam on their Chromebooks. While GPU increasing speed isn't exactly there yet, it's on the guide. Support for GPU speeding up ought to arrive in the not so distant future. Once that happens, clients will at long last have the capacity to diversion on the Chrome OS. Along these lines, hope to see significantly more Chromebooks with Raven Ridge and Kaby Lake G processors soon.