Google Pixelbook Go Leaked in Real-life Images


We have heard a lot about Google’s new venture in the new industry with the new generation of laptops. Now, we have got some proofs that the Search Giant is already working on the new generation laptops i.e. Google Pixelbook Go.

Today, we have got some real-life images of Google’s upcoming Laptop series i.e. Pixelbook Go. 9to5Google provided a series of images of this laptop with real-life images. Here, we have listed down all the expected hardware specifications and its features. Let’s get on to the details now!

Google Pixelbook Go: Hardware Specifications

The new Google Pixelbook Go sports a 13.3-inch 16:9 screen. There could be two different variants of this laptop with either 1080 Pixel of Screen resolution and 4K Screen resolution.

Moreover, there will be two USB Type-C Ports present on it. Different variants will be using different processors and you will have so many options to choose the right processor as per your needs. The Pixelbook Go will be available in Intel Core m3, i5, and i7 processors.

Additionally, Pixelbook Go will come with 16GB of RAM and up to 256GB of Storage Memory as default storage memory. There will be a 2-Megapixel of the front-facing camera also included on the front side on the display.

It will be using an advanced Titan-C Security chip which offers extra security to your system and its data. The chip will be included in the Pixel Slate. A headphone jack will also be there on the side of the laptop.

On the bottom side, we could see a textured design which is quite attractive. It improves the gripping when you hold it. The Google Pixelbook Go will be available in different color options. You will have many options to choose the right color as per your needs from the given options.

We have to believe that these are the Prototype and not the official images of the Google Pixelbook Go from Google. We have to take all the information on this laptop with a pinch of salt for now, at least.

We will have to wait to hear some official statement from Google’s Spokesperson.

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