Were you always looking for a Chromebook that’s lightweight, features fast charging and is also cheaper than the $999 Pixelbook? Your search should certainly end with Google’s recently launched Pixelbook Go.
Featuring a 13.3-inch touch screen, Pixelbook Go promises more fun to type on with a new keyboard. Yes, it’s not only quieter but comes with a larger touchpad too. Weighing 2.4 pounds, it comes equipped with either an HD or 4K display, two USB-C ports for quick charging, and up to 16GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage.
The device features Google’s Titan-C security chip, similar to what you saw in Pixel Slate launched last year. It’s powered by Intel Core CPUs, offering processor options starting with an m3 chip at the low end to all the way up to a Core i7 at the top end.
Remember Google launched the Pixelbook laptop for nearly $1,000 in 2017. With a starting price of $649, the Chromebook now seems convincing enough for you to move fully into the cloud.
Take a look at the available configurations for the newly launched Pixelbook Go: Intel Core m3/8GB RAM/64GB SSD at $649; Intel Core i5/8GB RAM/128GB SSD at $849; Intel Core i5/16GB RAM/128GB SSD at $999; and Intel Core i7/16GB RAM/256GB SSD at $1,399.
Available colors for the device are black and “not pink”. However, only the black version is available for pre-order now.