When I reviewed the Google Pixelbook, I thought it was a great and premium Chromebook. But the same can’t be said with Google’s latest Chrome OS device, the Pixel Slate.
Acer has announced the first tablet to run Google’s Chrome OS, with the Chromebook Tab 10.
News about how Google is working on a new operating system, called Fuchsia, has been circulating since, Android Police reported first it, last August. Fuchsia uses Google’s Magenta kernel instead of Linux, which the company has used for Android and Chrome OS. At the time, it was just a bunch of code and no real indication of what the new OS would look like but now we have our first look.