The new economic laptop from Google that is considered the lightest computer in the Mountain View company.

What is the Pixelbook Go, the new economic laptop from Google?

Called Pixelbook Go, it is the new economic laptop from Google that is considered the lightest computer in the Mountain View company so far. And it will have the latest processors on the market, which will allow it to support workloads.

As it became known in the international press, the new technology will be available in black and pink. It was presented this week at the event where it showed the latest in the hardware catalog.

In general terms, it is the lightest computer in the company based in Mountain View focused on the ease of transportation.

It is estimated that it weighs less than one kilo and is 13 mm thick. It was designed with silent Hush Keys keys that have backlighting for ease of use regardless of ambient light.

Its battery promises to give the device autonomy for up to 12 hours and a quick charge. These features make it ideal for people who spend a lot of time away from home or the office and need to take their laptop with them.


The operating system is Chrome OS, one of the fastest on the market, which Google has used on its Chromebooks since 2011. It allows you to start in seconds and promises to stay fast with automatic updates, which would be a long-term benefit and puts you in check to the competition

Its screen is touch with a 13.3 inch LCD resolution. The team has a 2-megapixel webcam capable of recording Full HD video at 60 frames per second.

On each side, it has a USB Type-C port and a 3.5 mm jack for headphones. But it has no input for microSD memories, used mostly by cameras, or HDMI ports, to connect to projectors. Its RAM can be 8 or 16 GB, and its internal storage starts with 64 GB, but there are options of 128 and up to 256.

It integrates a Titan C chip, responsible for managing everything related to devising security. The laptop's microphones will remain active to invoke Google Assistant, but there will be an option to turn them off.

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