Google’s Pixelbook Go Leaked in Full Hands-on Video

Ruben Fields
October 12, 2019

Google is finally releasing a new Pixel laptop, dubbed the Pixelbook Go.

Like the Pixelbook, the Pixelbook Go will have a premium metal exterior, albeit not quite as sleek and sober.

The leak shows off an entry-level prototype of the Pixelbook Go without any of the Google branding. 9to5Google has an extensive report with a gallery of images of the new device.

On the inside, you'll find a 13.3-inch display, 2MP front camera, two far-field mics for picking up "Hey Google" commands, and a keyboard that is described as "just as good or better than the first Pixelbook".

The most distinctive feature of the new laptop, which 9to5Google was given advance access to via an anonymous source, is its shell, which features a rubber grip surface to make it easier to hold and more stable on surfaces.

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The Pixelbook Go is expected to be officially unveiled at Google's October 15th Pixel 4 event. In addition to the "Not Pink" color seen above, the Pixelbook Go will be offered in "Just Black" too. More specifically, you can get up to a Core i7 processor, up to 16GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and a 4K "Molecular Display".

The Pixelbook Go is light on physical ports with a USB-C port on either side and a 3.5mm jack on the left.

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

An earlier leak by 9to5Google revealed that the Pixelbook Go could be available in a range of specifications.

This is obviously the newest Chromebook from the company, and hopefully Google won't bust itself up with ridiculous pricing like the Pixel Book.

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