Pixelbook Go Leaked Ahead of Google Event

Google tweeted this image of the new Pixel 4

Google tweeted this image of the new Pixel 4

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. 9to5Google's video shows a "Not Pink" version of the Pixelbook Go with an odd "ribbed" texture on the bottom.

Google will unveil the Pixel 4 and 4 XL on October 15, and just three days ahead of the official announcement, these fourth-gen Pixels have been listed on Best Buy Canada's website with their images and specs.

Google will be launching its array of products on 15 October next week in NY.

The first thing to say is that it's a laptop, not a 2-in-1, and it boasts a rather unusual "washboard" textured, a rubberised case which is created to make it ultra-durable but give it a nice hand-feel. As per the report, it is likely to sport a 13.3-inch display with an aspect ratio of 16:9. We've got some more specs and images to share with you, plus details of a deal we haven't heard about before. Both USB-C ports are accompanied by an LED charging indicator. Above it are a 2MP camera and two far-field mics. One of the key design traits of the Pixelbook Go is a grippy, waved surface on the back of the machine offering tactile feel when holding it.

The prototype is the lowest-end model and has a 1080p screen, an Intel Core m3, 8GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage.

So we basically know everything there is to know about the Pixelbook Go, including its variants.

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