More Pixelbook specs leak out on the eve of Google's hardware event

Image Screenshot via Walmart

Image Screenshot via Walmart

We have come up with a list of products that you are most likely to be unveiled tomorrow as Google takes the stage at San Francisco.

Google is expected to launch two Pixels - Pixel 2 and a larger Pixel 2 XL - on October 4 that would directly succeed Google's existing line-up. We are expecting Google's 2017 flagship phones called Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, Google Home Mini and Daydream. Google Home speaker is also powered by the voice assistant as well. Google Home Mini expected to be no different than its older sibling as far as basic functionalities are concerned.

Durk says he lives a mere two blocks away from Google's Mountain View headquarters, which probably explains why he was nearly able to connect to an unreleased Home Mini.

Just like the e-commerce giant company Amazon - which has recently released the next-generation Echo product lineup to include a a number of new form factor designs including the unconventional Echo Spot. A Twitter user going by the name Raymond Durk spotted a new Google Home Mini in Google Home app, Android Police reports.

Walmart actually published the pre-order page for the Google Home Mini a bit early than it was probably supposed to, and the company pulled the page quickly. However, a new listing on a reseller's website reveals some alleged hardware specifications of the unannounced Pixelbook. It also confirms the original leaks claim of three models, ranging between 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB sizes for storage (which the Droid Life leak claimed would cost $1,199, $1,399, and $1,749, respectively).

The Pixelbook is expected to sell at the a top-tier premium price point of the Chromebook, with the base model starting at a whopping $1,199, with a separate stylus pen accessory quite similar to the Microsoft Surface Pen. It is said to be available in Chalk White, Charcoal Black, and Coral Red color variants.

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