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Google’s upcoming Pixelbook Go revealed entirely thanks to a new leak

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We have seen that Google is all set to reveal the new series of Pixel smartphones which will be in the Pixel 4 series. Apart from that, we will see wireless earbuds from Google as well as other products too. But there is a ChromeOS powered laptop which Google unveils every year as well. For the past few years, Google has been launching a laptop/tablet for its Pixelbook lineup. But this time, Google is going for a proper laptop instead of a hybrid situation. For this reason, we will see proper competition from Google to the Apple MacBook lineup as well as Dell’s XPS and other competitors.

While we do know that Google’s Chrome OS is not as feature-packed as Windows or macOS, it is still plenty powerful for browsing which means that it is very useful for students. Also, the leak from 9to5Google shows that it is very similar in design to the Apple MacBook Air. Because you have a familiar display, indentation to open the laptop’s lid easily as well as a keyboard with speakers on both sides. While the trackpad, as reported by the publication, is not as good as the MacBook but it is still good.

On the other hand, we do know thanks to this leak that it will definitely have a coral colour variant. You will also have a USB Type-C port on either side and a headphone jack as well. Talking about the display, we will see a 13.3-inch Full HD touchscreen panel. 9to5Google also reports that there will be an “Intel Core M3, 8GB of RAM model, making it the lowest-end option. Options will go up from there all the way to an Intel Core i7 with 16GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and a 4K “Molecular Display””. While there is no information about pricing, we expect this laptop from Google to start at somewhere around $800-900 mark for the Core m3 processor.

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