After the failure of its own cloud game service, Stadia, Google decided not to abandon the gamer's direction, but to try to approach it from the other side.
The Internet giant has entered into a contract with several leading hardware and software companies to create a new initiative that is positioned as "the world's first laptops specially designed for cloud games." These are devices managed by Chromeos' brand operating system.
So far, three such models have been presented: Chromebook 516 GE and Chromebook Vibe CX55 Flip of Acer, as well as IdeaPad Gaming Chromebook of Lenovo. Acer Chromebook 516 GE has received a 16-inch IPS screen resolution of 2560 x 1600 with a 120 Hz update frequency and Intel Core processors of the twelfth generation, up to Core i7.