The Chromebook Pixel 2015 (or the Pixel 2, as it is more commonly known), is just as interesting a device as its predecessor. It offers a fantastic build quality, touchscreen, dual USB Type-C ports, and more recently, the full Google Play Store. The Pixel 2015 was sold in two configurations, the base model for $999 discontinued in April, and another at the $1,299 price point with a faster Core i7 CPU, 64GB of on-board storage, and 16GB of RAM.
But now we say goodbye to the Pixel 2015. It has been out of stock since at least August 28, usually indicating the end of a product's life on the Google Store. A Google spokesperson told VentureBeat, "We’re committed to the Pixel program but we don’t have plans to restock the Pixel 2."
This most likely won't spell the end for the Pixel lineup. Back in May, Google released a job posting listed as, "Quality Engineer, Chromebook Pixel," suggesting Google may be planning another Pixel for the future. Without any replacement announced, the last remaining member of the Pixel lineup is the Pixel C. If you're still in the market for a high-end Chromebook, the new HP Chromebook 13 at $499 is the closest product to the Pixel 2015.