Google’s new Pixelbook is unique in that it sports a textured bottom committee, which has thus far been interpreted as feeling like a “washboard” or “the ceiling of a dog’s mouth” (take that as you want).
The prime panel has a matte finish of some mixture, and a placeholder logo where the Google “G” should be placed. Now for the juicy thing. The Pixelbook Go has twin USB Type-C ports and a 3.5mm headphone jack, exactly like the actual Pixelbook.
Flanking the 13.3in exhibit are two far-field microphones and a 2-megapixel camera; below, twin front-facing speakers crouch either side of a Pixelbook keyboard and trackpad (Which as per the 9to5Google, utilizes a diving board mechanism).
Inside, you will find an Intel processor, an NVMe SSD and differing amounts of RAM – in other phrases, nothing out of the normal.
There are various spec configurations to select from, so we will go ahead and catalogue them:
Intel m3, i5 or i7 processor
64GB/128GB/256GB NVMe SSD
2-megapixel front-facing camera (1080p at 60fps)
Titan C security chip
13.3in 16:9 1080p Full HD display or 4K “molecular display”
9to5Google points out the dearth of a fingerprint sensor and appearing lack of Pixelbook Pen support, although both characteristics were little more than rumours.
The Pixelbook Go is likely to inaugurate on 15 October at the Made by Google incident in New York City. It will almost certainly blastoff alongside the Google Pixel 4/4 XL; also hunched to be in attendance is a 5G Pixel 4, as well as aa mixture of new Nest products. We will be covering the incident as it happens, so check back shortly.
On the prime, the Chromebook captions a matte finish, giving a premium look established with top-of-the-range laptops rather than the plastic found with inexpensive Chromebooks.
The Pixelbook Go is rumoured to be accessible in twin colours: “Just Black” and “Not Pink”.