Google introduces Chromebit

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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Move over, laptops and tablets. Google is using a different device to mobilize its computers.

Google has crammed an entire Chromebook onto a stick. Sticks are usually used as plug-and-play, inexpensive, video streaming devices.

But Google says with its Chromebit, you can have your computer in the palm of your hand.

According to the media company, the Chromebit will be able to connect to any monitor or TV using an HDMI port. It can connect to other devices using Bluetooth.

The Chromebit will have 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage.

Google has not given the exact price for the device, but says it will cost less than $100.