Google is getting closer to introducing its own CPU chips on Chromebooks.
The U.S. tech giant plans to use the chips for its CPUs in Chromebooks and tablets running on the company’s Chrome OS starting in 2023, according to a Nikkei Asia report released today.
CPU chips can be considered the brain of the computer because they perform all the core tasks of the device, and according to “CBNC”, Google currently uses CPU chips made by companies such as “Intel” and “AMD” to run Chrome devices. Facebook.
Interestingly, Google has announced that it will build its own smartphone processor called the Google Tensor, and the chip will power Google’s devices such as the new Pixel 6 that goes on sale this fall.
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