Pixelbook Go: Cheat sheet – TechRepublic
The Pixelbook Go is Google’s latest iteration of its Pixel-branded laptops. Here are the Pixelbook Go’s specs, features, and purchasing details that developers, businesses, and users need to know.
Google has created a number of flagship devices to serve its various mobile platforms. The Pixel phone has often been declared one of the finest Android devices on the market. The 2015 Chromebook Pixel laptop was one of the best pieces of mobile hardware to ever connect to the cloud; it was expensive, but it made ChromeOS sing like no other hardware. But in typical fashion, Google scrapped the Pixel laptop and moved on to the Pixelbook. The Pixelbook was a fantastic next evolution, and continued the theme of being the premier ChromeOS hardware.
Then came the Pixel Slate, which was supposed to take on the Microsoft Surface yet failed to deliver. With both the Pixelbook and the Pixel Slate available, consumers and businesses opted to continue with the trusted laptop form factor. The Slate faded into the shadows, and Google knew it failed. Google went so far as to stop producing tablets altogether. This took the company back to the drawing board—and to what Google had success with in the past: The Pixel laptop and Pixelbook.
The next iteration of the Pixel hardware is the Pixelbook Go. Read this Pixelbook Go cheat sheet to get up to speed on Google’s next laptop. We’ll update this resource periodically when there is new information about the Pixelbook Go.
What is the Pixelbook Go?
The Pixelbook Go is Google’s latest laptop, and it’s powered by ChromeOS. This premium laptop sports a 13.3 inch display and a grippy textured bottom, making it the ideal form factor for busy users on the go who may not always be near level surfaces.
And for those who are ready to give their MacBook Pro a kick to the curb, the Pixelbook Go includes a touchscreen…