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Technology The $1,399 Pixelbook Go with 4K display is now available

03:40  14 december  2019
03:40  14 december  2019 Source:   engadget.com

Google Pixelbook Go arrives to follow up its best Chromebook to date

  Google Pixelbook Go arrives to follow up its best Chromebook to date Google's next Chromebook has finally arrived: the Pixelbook Go. Here's everything we know so far.The laptop is designed to be presented at a more affordable price, to be more accessible to more customers. All the while, the Chromebook can last for up to 12 hours a charge.

Google 's Pixelbook Go is now available in its top-tier, 4 K Core i7 model which you can purchase from the Google Store for $ 1 , 399 . That display is backed up by an 8th-gen Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage. In our review, we found that even the base Core m3 version of the

When Google announced its Pixelbook Go , it announced that a more expensive configuration with The 4 K configuration is more than twice as expensive as the base model — $ 1 , 399 for the 4 K That said, it might be hard to see the benefits of a 4 K screen on the Pixelbook Go ’s 13.3-inch display

When Google announced the Pixelbook Go, it promised a top-of-the-line model with 4K display for those willing to pay over a grand for one. Well, those who've been holding off on buying until it becomes available can now get it -- or ask for it -- in time for Christmas. As Android Central has noticed, the Pixelbook Go's $1,399 configuration is now available on Amazon and the Google Store.

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Aside from having a 4K display, the laptop has 16GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. It's also powered by a Core i7 processor. Unfortunately, those who've been wanting the pretty Not Pink version will have to wait a bit longer: only the Just Black model is available at the moment.

The Pixelbook Go is Google's most affordable Chromebook yet

  The Pixelbook Go is Google's most affordable Chromebook yet Google's new Pixelbook Go wasn't as heavily leaked as the Pixel 4, but we still had a pretty good idea of what to expect from the company's next Chromebook. Today, Google has officially confirmed what we saw last week — the Pixelbook Go is a fairly standard-looking laptop, at least compared to the original Pixelbook and Pixel Slate that Google has released the past two autumns. From a design perspective, the Pixelbook Go looks a lot less distinctive than the original Pixelbook. In a lot of ways, it looks like a MacBook Pro, with fairly similar design language.

The Pixelbook Go is Google 's latest swing at a high-end, flagship laptop for Chrome OS. The device was announced and shipped in October, but only the mid- and low-end models. As first spotted by Chrome Unboxed, the laptop's highest end configuration is now available for $ 1 , 399 .

With the Pixelbook Go , Google is changing the formula slightly. It's a solid, well-made device that doesn't feel cheap, something we can't say about Google does offer the Go with a 4 K screen, but that option is only available if you get the top-of-the-line model, which costs an eye-popping $ 1 , 399 .

Those who can't justify dropping $1,399 for a Chromebook can still go for Pixelbook Go's more affordable configurations. Its prices start at $649 for the basic model, which is powered by an eighth-generation Intel Core m3 processor and has 8GB of RAM, as well as 64GB of storage. The bad news? None of the configurations are available in Not Pink just yet.

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