TechCrunch, Osterloh told journalists at MWC that Google doesn't currently have plans for a "Google-branded laptop", but Osterloh reiterated that Google is dedicated to the Chrome OS platform as a whole. The push behind Android apps on Chrome OS, and Google's close work with Samsung on the new Samsung Chromebook Plus and (upcoming) Pro proves that Google is all-in on Chrome, which Osterloh said holds the "number two market share in the U.S. and U.K." for laptops.According to
However, no "Google-branded laptop" doesn't necessarily mean we won't see something very similar, like a new tablet hybrid in the Pixel C line. Sure, it's a technicality, but it would make sense. Google is pushing hard for Android apps on Chrome, but a big part of that is getting developers to update apps to take advantage of larger displays (something Google has failed to do over the years for the most part) and a new Pixel C tablet would help show that Google is not giving up on the tablet form factor.
We'll have to wait and see though.