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Tech & Science Google’s new Pixelbook Go leaks in full just days before its reveal

12:15  12 october  2019
12:15  12 october  2019 Source:   bgr.com

Google's next laptop is reportedly the 4K Pixelbook Go

  Google's next laptop is reportedly the 4K Pixelbook Go The device has a 13.3-inch display and will be unveiled at the Oct. 15 "Made by Google" event, according to 9to5Google.The higher-end 4K option will have the same "Molecular Display" branding as Google's Pixel Slate tablet, according to the site, which cited anonymous sources. You'll apparently be able to choose between models with Intel Core m3, i5 or i7 processors, 8GB or 16GB of RAM, and 64GB, 128GB or 256GB of storage.

9to5 Google actually gave us a rundown of the purported specifications of the upcoming Pixelbook Go last month, but on Friday, the site returned with even more Two notable missing features on the new Pixelbook are support for the Pixelbook Pen and a fingerprint sensor, despite being on earlier models.

Google ' s next Pixelbook laptop shown off in massive video leak just days before the October 15 event. Google is expected to announce a new Chromebook called the Pixelbook " Go ," the Google ' s Pixel 4 smartphone has already been leaked to a comical extent, and now a full hands-on

an open laptop computer sitting on top of a table: Google-Pixelbook-Go-Leak © Provided by Penske Media Corporation Google-Pixelbook-Go-Leak

Now that we know virtually everything there is to know about the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, including the design changes and the full specs that will accompany them, most of the intrigue surrounding Google’s hardware event next week has evaporated.

But the flagship phone isn’t the only new device Google will have to show off next week, as the company is also expected to introduce a new Pixelbook. Unsurprisingly, it has also now been spoiled.

9to5Google actually gave us a rundown of the purported specifications of the upcoming Pixelbook Go last month, but on Friday, the site returned with even more details, as well as a series of photos of the Chromebook from its hands-on time with the device (which, we remind you, has yet to even be announced).

You can’t use the Pixelbook Pen with the Pixelbook Go

  You can’t use the Pixelbook Pen with the Pixelbook Go Google’s stylus only works with the Pixelbook and Pixel SlateThe omission is a bit of a disappointment, as it would be nice to see the Go support Google’s own stylus — right now, the Pen only works with the Pixelbook and Google’s Pixel Slate tablet. There are definitely traditional laptops with stylus support, like Microsoft’s recently-announced Surface Laptop 3, which supports the Surface Pen. Even some cheaper Chromebooks, like the $499 Samsung Chromebook Plus V2, have stylus support.

The Pixelbook Go has already been victim to a pretty comprehensive leak , but our friends over at 9to5 Google have just gotten a full hands-on with Arguably the weirdest aspect of the Pixelbook Go is something you don't see when using it: the base. Whereas most laptops keep that surface flat and

The Google Pixelbook Go has fully leaked thanks to an extensive hands-on article from 9to5 Google . It claims that the pictured Pixelbook Go is the The photos are alleged proof the publication has had hands-on time via its “source we trust” and shows a device that looks a lot different to 2017’ s original

The element of the design that immediately stands out is the ribbed back panel, which is both notably distinctive and apparently feels nice in the hand when walking around with the Pixelbook Go.

The top panel, on the other hand, has a smooth, matte finish that 9to5Google compares to the finish of the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.

In terms of specifications, the Pixelbook Go features a 13.3-inch Full HD or 4K touch screen display, Intel Core CPU, up to 16GB of RAM, up to 256GB of storage, Titan-C security chip, two USB-C ports, 3.5mm headphone jack, 2 front-firing speakers, and 2-megapixel front-facing camera.

Two notable missing features on the new Pixelbook are support for the Pixelbook Pen and a fingerprint sensor, despite being on earlier models.

We still don’t know how much the Pixelbook Go will cost or when it will be available to purchase, but by the end of the event next week, we should know everything there is to know about this product. Other devices set to make their debut next week include a new Nest Mini, a new Nest Wifi, and maybe new Pixel Buds.

Google Pixel 4 XL purportedly shows up again in leaked photos.
Twenty or so shots purport to show a white "test model" of the XL version of Google's upcoming flagship phone.

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