Will the next Google computer running Chrome OS be dubbed Pixelbook Go? In any case what thinks to know the site 9to5Google , always well informed. According to him, the successor of the Pixelbook would be neither a hybrid nor a two-in-one, but a laptop in good and due form. It would still be equipped with a touch screen and compatible with a stylus. Of course, he would still have the OS dedicated to Google’s laptops, Chrome OS.
The screen, precisely, would be one of the novelties of this model. The PC would be equipped with a 13.3-inch touchscreen displaying a definition in 4K for the most upscale model. The ratio would be 16: 9 classic, against the 2: 3 used on previous models.
The configurations revealed by 9to5Google are interesting because they cover a wide spectrum of processors, and therefore price. Thus, the Pixelbook Go could be decked out from an Intel Core i3 to a Core i7 (without more precision), 8 GB or 16 GB of RAM and a storage ranging from 64 GB to 256 GB.
For connectivity, Google would not have changed the formula, always offering two USB Type-C ports, and a 3.5 mm jack. Two colors would be available, “just black” and “not pink”. The product would adopt a starting price of $ 799. It remains to be seen if he will ever arrive in France …