The strange logo on top of the notebook is reportedly just a placeholder, while the standard "G" logo will be featured on the production model. As for ports and connectivity for the Pixelbook Go, the machine has a USB-C port and a 3.5mm headphone port, there is also a charging LED to let users know when the juice is flowing.
Opening the lid of the machine reveals a design that looks very much like a MacBook. The top of the screen has a 2MP webcam along with a pair of far-field microphones for catching "Hey Google" keywords to activate the integrated assistant. The screen on the machine is 13.3-inches wide, and it has full HD resolution, there are a couple of front-facing speakers.
The keyboard on the Go is said to be just as good as the keyboard on the first Pixelbook. A Google Assistant key is on the bottom left side of the keyboard, where you normally find the caps lock key.
Inside the prototype Pixelbook Go in the images is a full HD screen, Intel Core m3 CPU, and 8GB of RAM, making it the entry-level machine in the line. Options for hardware will include processors up to the Core i7 with 16GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and a 4K "Molecular Display." Some may not like that the Pixelbook Go offers no fingerprint sensor and no support for the Pixelbook Pen. The first details that surfaced about the Pixelbook Go were in September.