At its event on Tuesday that see to the unveiling of Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, Google introduced a new Chrome laptop dubbed Pixelbook Go. The device, aimed to succeed the 2017 Pixelbook, comes in a full-laptop form factor and not convertible as its predecessor.
It features a 13.3-inch touch-responsive display with the resolution set at 1920 pixel in width and 1080 pixel in height. There is a 4K model with Ultra HD (3830×2160) resolution for people who desire clearer shaper image details. A full-size backlit keyboard with a dedicated Google Assistant key provide input in addition to the TouchPad located beneath that have software right and left clicks.
Moving on, the Pixelbook Go is powered by up to Intel Core i7 processor, paired with up to 16GB of RAM. The basic version packed core m3, while Core i5 drive the intermediate. Up to 256GB SSD accompanied the setups and all have integrated graphics. A 2MP (f/2.0) duo camera that is capable of recording 1080p video resides at the front, and it also comes equipped with dual stereo speakers.
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The new Chrome laptop by Google have FIDO authenticator built-in and a hardware-based Titan-C security chip. Connectivity present includes 2x USB Type-C ports and 3.5mm headphones jack. It have magnetic sensor and ambiant light sensor, and promise up to 12 hours of use in a single charge. The Full HD model is fuelled by a 47Wh battery, while the 4K model relied on a 56Wh battery.
- Pixelbook Go Core m3 + 8GB RAM + 64GB storage -> US$649
- Pixelbook Go Core i5 + 8GB RAM + 128GB storage -> US$849
- Pixelbook Go Core i5 + 16GB RAM + 128GB storage -> US$999
- Pixelbook Go Core i7 + 16GB RAM + 256GB storage -> US$1399
The device is clad in magnesium casing with sleek matte finish and textured bottom, themed in Just Black and Not Pink colors. It is available for order in the United States and Canada. It’ll arrive in the U.K in January next year.