It seems pretty safe now that Google will go to the Pixelbook on October 15 next to the Pixel 4 smartphone Series will bring out. 9to5Google got one of the last prototypes of Google's new Chromebook in their hands. While we've heard rumblings about the Pixelbook Go in the past, this new leak takes things to the next level and shows the laptop in all its glory.
What you see above is supposedly a new 13.3-inch Made by Google Chromebook called the Pixelbook Go. This prototype model, photographed by 9to5Google features a Full HD display, an Intel Core M3 processor and 8GB of RAM. However, the publication points out that you can buy the PixelBook Go in various other configurations, depending on display type, processor, RAM and, of course, price.
See the complete list of Pixelbook Go specifications listed in the leak:
- Intel Core m3, i5, and i7 configurations
- 8 GB or 16 GB RAM
- 64 GB, 128 GB or 256 GB memory options
- 2 Front Firing Speakers
- 2 MP Front Camera – 1080p @ 60 fps
- Titan C Security Coprocessor
- Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
- 13,3- Inch touch screen Full HD or 4K
- 16: 9 aspect ratio on both screen types
- Two USB-C ports  3.5mm headphone jack
- Two colors: "Just Black" and "Not Pink "
The back of The laptop carries a very googley" Not Pink "color. You'll find that the lower case has a unique ribbed structure, possibly for better grip. The top has a smooth, matte finish, and people at 9to5Google say it feels like the glass on the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.
Open it (see picture above) and you'll see a MacBook-like design. The 2 megapixel camera rests on the 13.3-inch display. It also includes two far-field microphones that let you capture voice commands from Google Assistant.
The keyboard is the same as the previous two-speaker pixelbook on both sides. The device has a dedicated wizard key, a start button, and the familiar top-level Chromebook keys.
We'll have to wait and see if this prototype will receive any further changes to the final production unit, which will be revealed next week. Until then, here's what you can expect from Google's hardware release on October 15.