Tag: Brydge

[Update: Pricing, release info] Brydge has made the first Bluetooth keyboard and touchpad for Chrome OS, and they’re beautiful

Historically, Brydge has released keyboards for iPads and Surface Pros, although we became more familiar with the company thanks to the ‘Made for Google’ Pixel Slate keyboard it recently produced. Brydge’s Google intentions don’t stop there, though, as it’s now announced the first-ever wireless keyboard and touchpad designed exclusively for Chrome OS. Styled in the […]

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Chrome OS users will soon be able to buy a Brydge Bluetooth keyboard and touchpad

Brydge We are starting to see more Chrome OS-based tablets released alongside traditional Chromebooks, including Google’s Pixel Slate. Now, keyboard company Brydge, which has already released its own dedicated Pixel Slate keyboard, has revealed it will release a general Bluetooth wireless keyboard that works with all Chrome OS devices, along with a Chrome OS touchpad. […]

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Brydge has made the first Bluetooth keyboard and touchpad for Chrome OS, and they’re beautiful

Historically, Brydge has released keyboards for iPads and Surface Pros, although we became more familiar with the company thanks to the ‘Made for Google’ Pixel Slate keyboard it recently produced. Brydge’s Google intentions don’t stop there, though, as it’s now announced the first-ever wireless keyboard and touchpad designed exclusively for Chrome OS. Styled in the […]

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Brydge’s G-Type keyboard will make the Pixel Slate more of a conventional laptop

Alongside the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, the Pixel Slate was announced today. It’s a big, expensive, 12-inch tablet with an optional first-party keyboard cover that turns it into a sort of half-measure laptop. For those seeking a more traditional computing experience (but not enough so to buy a traditional computer), Brydge has a […]

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Images of Google’s Chromebook tablet ‘Nocturne’ may have just leaked

Chromebook enthusiasts have been waiting with bated breath at the prospect posed by Nocturne and Atlas, the hardware platform names of two potential upcoming first-party Chrome OS devices by Google. Based on a couple of images found by the About Chromebooks, we might just have our first glimpse of Nocturne, expected to be Google’s first […]

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