Google Meet hardware receives automatic updates that enhance both the device and the software on the device. However, hardware and technology advances eventually make devices out of date. For this reason, older Google Meet hardware cannot receive updates indefinitely to operating systems or other features.
When a device reaches Auto-Update Expiration (AUE), the product model is obsolete and automatic software updates from Google are no longer guaranteed. Customers using expired devices don't get full support from the Google Cloud and G Suite for Education teams. Business and education customers using expired devices may find that they can't manage their devices as expected using the Google Admin console or use new management features.
Google provides notice of a model’s AUE date on this page, after launching the model. Software updates may be issued after the AUE date, but never stop sooner than listed.
Before their AUE date, Google Meet hardware models get OS updates and function with management services. The date when the device is no longer sold is controlled by the manufacturer and has no relation to the model’s AUE date. The end of sale date doesn't appear in the table.
|Product||Auto-update expiration date|
|Acer Chromebox CXI2 / CXV2||June 2021|
|Acer Chromebase for meetings (CA24V)||June 2021|
|Asus Chromebox 2 (CN62)||June 2021|
|Acer Chromebase for Meetings 24V2 (CA24V2)||June 2025|
|Asus Chromebox 3 (CN65)||June 2025|
|CTL Chromebox CBx1||June 2025|
|ASUS Google Meet Compute System||June 2028|
|CTL Google Meet Compute System||June 2028|
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