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Google will release its next laptop named ‘Pixelbook Go’ with 13.3-inch 4K display

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We have seen hundreds of leaks regarding the Google Pixel 4 series by now. Therefore, we have already assumed that the device is launched and just the official announcement is pending. However, we do expect Google to come up with something new when it comes to its Pixel 4 series. On the other hand, we are also expecting new products being announced at the event. Now, 9to5Google has exclusively received information that Google’s next laptop will be announced that the October 15 event. Also, the device is named as ‘Pixebook Go’ and it will come with a 13.3-inch 4K display.

Since the laptop is called Pixelbook, it will obviously run on ChromeOS which is Google’s own operating system for PCs. While the display on this laptop is expected to be a 4K one, we expect this device to be an entry-level offering because of its ‘Go’ naming. As we have already seen Microsoft’s Surface Go last year which is an entry-level Surface tablet.

However, reports also reveal that this might be the next Google Pixelbook from the company which means that it will be launched in the premium segment. Thus, the Google Pixelbook successor might not be called Pixelbook 2 but Pixelbook Go instead which is weird. According to the report, “Pixelbook Go is a portable and ergonomic clamshell laptop form”. Thus, you will not see Pixelbook’s 2-in-1 form factor, Pen compatibility or keyboard separately for this laptop.

Now, reports also suggest that Google Pixelbook Go will be subdued as compared to the Pixelbook. This is a laptop made for portability and it will obviously come with light-weight and minimal design. Also, it will have a “tactile feel” at the bottom so that it is easy to carry around and use it while holding in hands. It is even lighter than original Pixelbook thanks to the “magnesium alloy” material used inside it.

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