Made by Google event has a lot to offer for us, and the Pixel 4 series is one of them. The next most anticipated product here is Pixelbook, a laptop/notebook series by Google. In 2017 we saw the first Pixelbook, and now 2 years later the updated version is here, Pixelbook Go. Though there are some upgrades in this model, some downgrades are also present. So let’s have a look at Pixelbook Go.
Design & Specifications:
Starting off with the design, the overall footprint is very compact here. This Pixelbook Go sports a 13.3 inch display with options of 1080p and 4k resolutions. The aspect ratio is 16:9 this time, unlike 3:2 as compared to it’s predecessor. Every variant supports the touchscreen, but now Google has removed the support of the Pixelbook Pen. More importantly, the hinge now can’t rotate to 180° as well. They keyboard is same as before, which is liked by many. There’s textured finish around the keyboard for comfortable rest of the wrist. It comes with Just Black and Not Pink colour options.
Talking about the configuration, this Pixel book has CPU options of Intel Core M3, i5, and i7 (the generation of these processors is unknown). It has 8/16GB of RAM options and 64/128/256GB of internal storage options. As it’s a Google notebook, it runs on ChromeOS which gives a touch of Android. There’s a 2MP front camera for video calls, along with 2 microphones for clear sound capture. In terms of audio it has front firing stereo speakers. It has two Type-C ports on each side, and a 3.5mm jack as well. For connectivity it has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth options.
Pricing & Availability:
- Base variant (8/64GB, M3, 1080p) at $649
- Highest variant (16/256GB, i7, 4k) at $1,399
- Pre-orders starts from today in USA and Canada, though only base variant is available as of now.
- Sales for available models will start from 26th October.
So that’s all the information we have as of now. What are your thoughts on this new Pixelbook Go? Let us know in the comment section below. Also stay tuned with us for more information.