Google's Pixelbook Go leaks in full ahead of announcement.
Google Pixelbook Go is expected to come with a 13.3-inch touchscreen with a 16:9 aspect ratio. The prototype pictured has FHD resolution, but the higher-end model could sport a 4K “Molecular Display” options. Inside, options are expected to range from Intel Core m3, i5, and i7 configurations, with options of 8GB/16GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB/256GB of storage. The laptop will also come with a Titan-C chip, a 2MP front camera capable of 1080p @60fps and two front-firing speakers. The Pixelbook Go is expected to come in two colors: “Just Black” and “Not Pink”.
9to5Google says the keyboard feels at least as good as the one on the first-gen Pixelbook. That’s certainly good to hear because the Pixelbook has one of the best keyboards available on a laptop. It’s tactile, has good travel, and it won’t break if you get a little dust on it — looking at you, Apple. The port setup is essentially the same as the 2017 Pixelbook. There are USB-C ports on the left and right sides, both of which support data and charging. There’s also a headphone jack.
Google will unveil the Pixelbook Go next week alongside the Pixel 4/4 XL, as well as several other devices that haven’t leaked as much. Rumors point to a Nest mesh Wi-Fi system, a Nest Mini speaker, and probably some other goodies.