A month in the wake of uncovering Google’s next PC as the Pixelbook Go, 9to5Google has broad pictures and even a hands-on record with the gadget. The photos hotshot a model workstation – held by an individual wearing the “Jacquard by Google” Levi’s coat – in a “Not Pink” colorway, with its top that has a smooth completion like some Pixel telephones, and its strangely finished underside that is considerably more profoundly hued – all the better to flaunt its champion ribs.
The console is like the prior Pixelbook model, while its forward looking speakers are clearly fit for quality sound yield. There are USB-C ports on each side each with a charging light and one 3.5mm earphone jack to one side – it’s not dead yet. The plan isn’t far-removed from Apple’s PCs, yet in the event that Google is attempting to indicate what a leading figure Chrome OS machine can be then this resembles a decent endeavor.
As recently uncovered, there will be possibilities for up to a 13.3-inch 4K show, Intel Core i7 CPU, 16GB of RAM and 256GB of capacity at the very good quality. There’s no word on careful evaluating, yet the model envisioned gives a smart thought of what’s in store from the equipment, in spite of its placeholder item logo on the cover and ‘ProductName’ placeholder over the console. We’ll hear everything there is to think about this, the Pixel 4 and whatever else Google chooses to flaunt on October fifteenth.