Better and more stylish than the OG Pixelbook
Together with the Pixel 4 family, Google also unveiled a new Chromebook with the Pixelbook Go. The new notebook is a follow-up to the 2017 Pixelbook and sports a lightweight magnesium casing with a textured bottom. You get a 13-inch touchscreen display with up to 4K resolution, three processor options (Core m3, Core i5, Core i7), up to 16GB RAM, and up to 256GB SSD Storage.
You get a 47wH battery (56wH on the 4K version), a backlit keyboard with Hush noise-disrupting keys, Titan Security Chip, and a built-in FIDO authenticator. Like the OG Pixelbook, you get two USB-C ports and a headphone jack on the Pixelbook Go.
Here’s the pricing of all Pixelbook Go variants:
Core m3/8GB/64GB/FHD – $649(~Php 33.6k)
Core i5/8GB/128GB/FHD – $849(~Php 43.9k)
Core i5/16GB/128GB/FHD – $999(~Php 51.7k)
Core i7/16GB/256GB/UHD – $1399(~Php 72.4k)