Google announced the company’s latest convertible laptop, Google Pixelbook which runs on Chrome OS with a dedicated Assistant key and support for Google Assistant. It comes with a 12.3-inch touchscreen display at a 3:2 aspect ratio and a thin backlit keyboard with soft-touch keys.
The laptop comes with a trackpad that uses unique touch-processing algorithms to navigate accurately. The device is powered by an Intel Core i5 / i7 processor, 8GB / 16GB of RAM packing 512 GB SSD storage.
The device sports a 4-in-1 design which means that you can also use it as a laptop, take notes or read a book in tablet mode, or fold the keyboard below to watch the videos comfortably. The best part is that it can connect to the data of your Pixel phone without having to create a hotspot.
Pixelbook Pen can be used for drawing and designing purposes, but you will have to purchase it additionally. But it would be very interesting to use the Pixelbook with Pixelbook Pen. For instance, you can press and hold the button on the Pixelbook Pen and write a text or create a circle. You will also be able to find words, add an event to your calendar, and do much more.
Google Pixelbook will be available in three configurations with a starting price of $999 in the US. The Pixelbook Pen will cost you $99.You can buy both these gadgets from Google Store and other popular retailers such as Best Buy in the US, Canada, and the UK. The pre-order has already begun for the Pixelbook laptop and its shipping will start on October 31.
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