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Here’s What You Need to Know About Google’s New Pixelbook Go Chromebook

October 15, 2019, 4:48 PM UTC

Google introduced a new Pixelbook Go Chromebook laptop on Tuesday that promises plenty of power—and a new color.

The new Pixelbook Go, unveiled at the Made by Google event in New York City, has a 13.3-inch touchscreen and runs on Google’s Chrome OS software. The laptop, which is designed for portablility, has case that’s just 13mm thick and weighs a little over two pounds.

Along with that smaller, lighter size, Pixelbook Go has a new “grippable” case with a wavy bottom plate that reduces likelihood of dropping it. And Google said that users will have the option of choosing a “just black” or “not pink” version that is made of magnesium.

Google has also added what it calls “Hush Keys,” new keyboard technology that dulls the noise of typing compared to previous Chromebooks.

Google’s Pixelbook Go runs on the customer’s choice of Intel’s Core m3, i5, or i7 processors. It also has either 8GB or 16GB of memory and the option to configure the machine with 64GB, 128GB, or 256GB of storage. Google said that the Pixelbook Go has 12 hours of battery life on a single charge, and that users will be able to get two additional hours of battery life in after just 20 minutes of charging.

Google’s “just black” Pixelbook Go version is now available now for pre-order and will begin shipping later this month. The base model, which comes with an Intel Core m3 processor and 8GB of RAM, costs $649. The top-of-the-line Intel Core i7 version with 16GB of RAM costs $1,399.

Google said that it would release its “not pink” version at a later, unspecified date.

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