When asked if Google had plans to produce any more Pixel laptops,
Osterloh said that the company had “no plans to do one right now.”
He added that the versions that are already out in the market have
totally sold out and that there are no plans to make any more of
those, either. Indeed, if you go to the Google Store today, you
won’t find any Pixel laptops for sale, though there are plenty of
third-party Chromebooks available there.
The company is not, of course, talking about Chrome OS. “Chrome OS
is a huge initiative in the company,” Osterloh said. “Google
hasn’t backed away from laptops. We have the number two market
share in the U.S. and U.K. — but we have no plans for
ChromeOS is popular, but it’s popular on piece-of-junk hardware. The idea of a premium computer running ChromeOS was appealing to like a dozen people.