A new report by The Next Web this afternoon claimed Google gave its employees the choice of a Samsung Chromebook, Motorola Razr M, or Nexus 7 for Christmas.
So, why those devices? Well, the Chromebook sports Google’s latest Chrome OS, the Razr M is by Motorola, which Google acquired earlier this year, and the Nexus 7 is Google’s very own Asus-made Android tablet.
The Internet giant treated Googlers with a customized Galaxy Nexus for the holiday season last year, but they will apparently not get the latest Nexus smartphone in their stockings this year. As 9to5Google previously reported on numerous occasions, the popular LG Nexus 4 is plagued by supply issues.
Leaked images of the Galaxy Nexus surfaced on Google+ last year, but things are quiet so far about this year’s gifts. We’ll keep you updated when images begin to surface. In the meantime, check out 9to5Google’s reviews on the Chromebook, Razr M, and Nexus 7.
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