Google Pixelbook Go with new design launched at ‘Made by Google’ event
Google Pixelbook Go with premium design and latest Intel processors launched. Check specifications and features of the new laptop.
Google at its 'Made by Google' hardware event in New York City unveiled a new laptop, Pixelbook Go. Set to take on Apple Macbook and Microsoft Surface series, Google Pixelbook Go comes with a premium design.
Google Pixelbook Go runs on ChromeOS comes with a more compact design with improved keyboards and trackpad. The laptop comes with a wavy bottom for better grip. It has 3.5mm headphone jack as well as USB Type-C port. Google Pixelbook Go is powered by Intel Core m3, i5, and i7 processor.
Lightweight, grippable, and ready to travel - stay on the move with #PixelbookGo. #madebygoogle pic.twitter.com/52bLVd9gRJ— Made by Google (@madebygoogle) October 15, 2019
The laptop comes with 13.3-inch touchscreen up to 16GB of RAM and up to 256GB of built-in storage. Google says the Pixelbook Go comes with bigger battery than the original Pixelbook. The device is priced at $649 and is available for pre-order starting today in select markets.
"Under the hood, Pixelbook Go has the same high-performance components you've seen in other Made By Google computers. It starts up in seconds and stays fast with automatic updates, so you can count on speedy performance over time. And with built-in security on Chrome OS, Pixelbook Go is both fast and secure. You also have access to all kinds of apps, whether you want to express your creativity, get stuff done or just kick back to watch your favorite show," said Google on its website.
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