Google today announced its all new Pixelbook. The convertible 12.3-inch display laptop with 235 pixels per inch, will ship with an Intel Core i5 or i7 processor with 16GB of RAM.
The Pixelbook will feature “instant tethering,” which will allow the device to automatically connect to your phone. Google says the laptop has 10 hours of battery life and a 15 minute charge can give 2 hours of battery life.
Pixelbook is the thinnest laptop Google has ever made, 10 mm thick and weighs one kilogram. It also features built-in Google Assistant.
With the laptop, Google also announced the Pixelbook Pen, a stylus that integrates with Google Assistant. The Pixelbook starts at $999 and the Pen will retail for $99. Pre-orders begins today and the device will be available from October 31st.
Complete specs of the Pixelbook ($999 model)
→ Processor: seventh-gen Intel Core i5
→ RAM: 8GB
→ Storage: 128GB
→ Battery: 41Wh
→ Ports: 2 USB-C – fast-charging – headphone jack
→ Dimensions: 0.41 x 11.43 x 8.69 inches
→ Weight: 2.45lbs
→ Display: 12.3-inch, 2400 x 1600 LCD Touchscreen, 400 nits, 72 percent NTSC color
→ Camera: 720p
→ Keyboard: backlit
→ Four microphones, two speakers
→ Bluetooth 4.2
→ 45W charger
→ $999 (8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 7th-gen Intel CoreTM i5)
→ $1,199 (8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 7th-gen Intel CoreTM i5)
→ $1,649 (16GB RAM, 512GB NVMe, 7th-gen Intel CoreTM i7)
→ Pixelbook Pen is $99
→ 5.79 x 0.42 inches
→ 0.05lbs with AAAA battery
→ Battery life should be about one year
→ Button for activating Google Assistant
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