Following reports about upcoming ASUS and Samsung Chromebooks, another top-tier company is working on a next-generation laptop that is powered by Google’s Chrome OS. Not many details are known, but Dell is working on a new Chromebook that is internally known as “Asuka.”

It has been a while since Dell released its last Chromebook 13 and if the “Asuka” is a successor to it, expect to see a high-end device with Core i3 or i5 processors and up to 8 GB of RAM. We will have to wait for a few more details, but there is possibility that the company announces it by the end of 2016.