Google Pixelbook Go laptop leaked

Google Pixelbook Go laptop leaked

Google Pixelbook Go laptop leaked

GOOGLE HAS shown once again that its incapable of keeping a secret until launch day, as the "will-they won't-they" over new Pixelbook products gets an answer. Just head to the Made By Google event channel on YouTube at the appointed hour, and you'll be able to watch a live stream of everything Google announces.

The report included multiple images of the new device as well as a detailed hands-on video of the prototype.

Like the Pixelbook, the Pixelbook Go will have a premium metal exterior, albeit not quite as sleek and sober. This device is very rounded, lacks the two-tone aesthetic of the Pixelbook, and has ribbing for some reason.

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The Pixelbook Go comes with a weird base that has a textured rubber finish, probably for extra grip, and a matte finish lid that 9to5Google says looks like the Pixel 3's matte finish. You can find out more about the device in the video below.

The touch screen is 13.3 and unlike previous Pixelbooks, has a more regular 16:9 ratio. In addition to the "Not Pink" color seen above, the Pixelbook Go will be offered in "Just Black" too.

A trusted source provided the publication with what appears to be a prototype Google Pixelbook Go. 9to5Google's sample was packed with an Intel Core M3 processor, 8GB of RAM and the aforementioned Full HD display - in other words, a lower-end configuration. This model will also sport an Intel i7 CPU with 16GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD, making it a solid workhorse for computing on the go. Then again, with various configurable specs, it might not break the bank unless you go off with options.

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