Google’s Pixelbook Go Leaked in Full Hands-on Video

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Information shared today about the Google Pixel 4 comes from a Ishan Agarwal as well as a variety of leaks and inside sources from the past several weeks and months. Like with nearly all Google products, we know nearly all there is to know about this unannounced Google product before it has ever been made official. Now it is Pixelbook Go's turn. 9to5Google has an extensive report with a gallery of images of the new device.

What's most striking about the Pixelbook Go, however, is the unique aesthetic provided by the ribbed bottom panel. I'm assuming that's to reduce sliding on surfaces or to help you carry it, but it's still a bit odd.

The lid of the laptop has a more conventional matte finish. Speaking of, the keyboard is said to feel very familiar to the one on the existing Pixelbook.

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The Pixelbook Go will be the successor to the $US1,000 Pixelbook, a great, sleek Chromebook running Chrome OS released in 2017 that was too expensive for a laptop that essentially exclusively runs the Chrome web browser, Android apps, and a few select apps specially built for Chrome OS.

Google's previous Pixelbook laptops haven't really been all that popular in the past, and the Pixelbook Go is likely going to follow the same route.

In terms of specifications, the Pixelbook Go features a 13.3-inch Full HD or 4K touch screen display, Intel Core CPU, up to 16GB of RAM, up to 256GB of storage, Titan-C security chip, two USB-C ports, 3.5mm headphone jack, 2 front-firing speakers, and 2-megapixel front-facing camera. Then again, with various configurable specs, it might not break the bank unless you go off with options.

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