In October 2019, Google unveiled its new notebook product, the Pixelbook Go, in both Just Black and Not Pink, but when it was first launched, Google offered only Just Black, and pink-loving consumers had to wait and see. Who knows, wait until 2020, January 20, the Not Pink version of the Pixelbook Go finally went on sale, starting at $849 (i5 plus 8 plus 128 versions).
The m3 version was removed, so it started at $200 more than the black version, and the top set was still $1,399.
Core configuration, the Pixelbook Go features an eighth-generation Core i5/i7 processor with up to 16GB of memory and up to 256GB of optional SSD storage.
Appearance, the Pixelbook Go 311x206x13.4mm, weight 1061g, magnesium metal material, covering Corning glass.
In terms of battery life, the Pixelbook Go is equipped with a 47Wh battery, a nominal 12-hour battery, and a USB-C 45W charging adapter that can charge your phone.
On the interface, the Pixelbook Go has only 2 C-ports and 1 headphone hole. The system is naturally pre-installed With Google operating system Chomre OS.