Hands-on shows unannounced Google laptop Pixelbook Go on video

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A hands-on with photos and a video has appeared of the Pixelbook Go, an unannounced laptop from Google with Chrome OS. The device has two USB-C ports and a housing with a ribbed pattern on the bottom.

Each USB-C port has an LED to indicate battery status, so users can see whether the laptop is fully charged or still charging, writes 9to5Google. The site got hold of the laptop and was able to use it for several hours to take photos and a video.

The laptop comes in Core m3, i5 and i7 variants with 64GB, 128GB and 256GB of storage and 8GB or 16GB of memory. The screen is a touchscreen with a ratio of 16:9 and a diagonal of 13.3 “with a resolution of full HD or 4k. There is a 3.5 mm jack on the housing. The laptop does not have a fingerprint scanner and it does not support the stylus from the previous Pixelbook.

A few weeks ago, some data came out from the laptop. The company is expected to announce the Pixelbook Go next Tuesday at its Made by Google event, where the Pixel 4 smartphones are also expected.

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