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Google's new Pixelbook Go is a bit of an anomaly in the company's line of Chromebooks. Neither a folding, swiveling ultra-premium device like the original Google Pixelbook, nor a tablet like the Pixel Slate, the company's newest release is a traditional clamshell design, although one that features a touch-enabled display. It looks, feels, and behaves like a conventional laptop, but with its magnesium chassis, 1080p touchscreen, and quiet "Hush Keys," one that's small, light, feature-rich and well-made. That said, though its premium mobile laptop is fairly conventional, Google's Pixelbook line takes a somewhat unconventional cloud-first approach to computing on the go.  Pixelbook Go... Read more...
Google has officially announced the Pixelbook Go, just days after a massive leak made its way to the internet. The Pixelbook Go is the latest in a long line of Chrome OS devices from Google, and one that is aimed at hitting a cheaper price point to make it more appealing to a broader range of people. As we were all expecting, the Pixelbook Go is a 13.3-inch class laptop available with a 1080p panel or an optional 4K “Molecular Display”. We should also mention that unlike previous Pixelbook devices, the Pixelbook Go has forgone the 3:2 aspect ratio in favor of a 16:9 ratio.  The design of the laptop is rather organic, with rounded corners. However, the most striking feature... Read more...
Google is holding its big yearly hardware event on October 15th, and like in years past, nearly everything that the company has on the docket has leaked ahead of time. Devices like the Google Pixel 4 and Pixelbook Go have been seen in great detail, but information and images on other hardware expected has been a bit hardware to come by. Regardless, here's a quick rundown of everything we're expecting to see next week from Google. Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL When it comes to the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, we know just about everything about the two devices with the exception of their official U.S. pricing. As you might expect from a flagship Android device launching in 2019, the smartphone... Read more...
Chromebook fans who have been on the lookout for more details on the Pixelbook Go will be glad to hear that the device has surfaced in full detail. 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 machine in the images is said to be the "Not Pink" model. 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... Read more...
A new rumor is floating around claiming the next Pixelbook that Google launches will be called the Pixelbook Go. The machine is tipped to debut at the Made by Google event to showcase fresh new hardware next month.  The Pixelbook Go reportedly lacks the 2-in-1 form factor of the Pixelbook and doesn't have support for the Pixelbook Pen. The new Pixelbook Go also rumored to lack the removable keyboard attachment of the Pixel Slate thanks to its more traditional clamshell laptop design. The bottom of the laptop is rumored to have a "tactile feel" to make it easier to hold. The machine is supposed to be as light, or perhaps lighter than the original Pixelbook device thanks to extended use of... Read more...