- Google recently announced the new Google Pixelbook Go. Here is an overview of the Google Pixelbook Go specs you should know about.
At Google’s hardware event, the company announced the Pixelbook Go. The Pixelbook Go was built to be affordable with high-quality specifications.
The Google Pixelbook Go was also built with a magnesium alloy body feature Hush keys. And the Pixelbook Go is just 13mm thin, weighs only 2 pounds, and lasts 12 hours on a single charge. The battery inside also supports two hours of use with just 20 minutes of charging.
The inside of the Google Pixelbook Go is either an Intel Core m3 processor or an Intel Core i7 processor depending on the variant you buy. In terms of ports, the Pixelbook Go has two USB-C inputs for charging and display output. And it also has a 3.5mm headphone jack for those of you who prefer to still use wired headphones.
The front of the Pixelbook Go features a 1080p webcam that takes 60 frames per second. And it also features an ambient light sensor. The connectivity specifications include 802.11ac Wi-Fi (Wi-Fi 5) and Bluetooth 4.2.
Another notable feature is the built-in Titan C security chip. This ensures that your personal data stays safe.
The Pixelbook Go has a starting price of $649 and it will be available in “Just Black” and “Not Pink” color options. The $649 starting price features the Intel Core m3 CPU, 8 GB of memory, and 64GB of flash storage, and Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) display.
The $849 version features a Intel Core i5 processor and 128GB storage. The $999 version features 16GB RAM and 128GB storage. And the $1,399 version features 16GB RAM, 256GB storage, 4K Ultra HD (3,840 x 2,160) “Molecular” touch display.
Pre-orders have started in the U.S. and Canada, but the actual release date is not yet known.
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