No more Pixelbook? I’ve owned all five prior Google Chromebooks but I can live in a world without Pixelbooks. You can too.
You’d think Google was pulling out of the Chromebook market based on recent news articles. Here’s why no Pixelbook in 2022 isn’t all doom and gloom
I don’t think any potential mainstream consumer could go wrong by choosing the Pixelbook Go as their daily Chromebook. Google is now discounting the three models worth considering by $50 to $150.
The Pixelbook is out of stock on Google’s store and many wonder if it will have a successor. Probably, but if not, I’m OK with that. Here’s why.
Based on my initial review and a follow up one four months later, I think the Pixelbook Go is worth $649 for most people. Now you can get a refurbished unit for $529.99, making it even more attractive.
Still think the base model Pixelbook Go is priced too high at $649? If $584 sounds more like it to you, there’s a quick and easy way to get a 10 percent discount on this excellent clamshell Chromebook.
Four months after initially reviewing the Pixelbook Go, I decided to revisit this Chromebook. The build quality, light weight and excellent overall experience does add a premium to the price but for many, I think it’s worth it.
Although there were many interesting and solid Chromebooks debuting in 2019, my pick for Chromebook of the year is the Pixelbook Go. Here’s why.
You can finally order the fourth configuration of the Pixelbook Go with Intel Core i7 processor, 16 GB of memory, 256 GB of storage and 16:9 4K display. I can think of only two use cases where this is worth the $1,399.
Chromebooks built on the Hatch baseboard will sport the full range of powerful 10th-gen Intel Comet Lake processors with up to 16 GB of memory, based on recent Geekbench test results.
Using a mouse with your Chromebook or Chrome tablet? You might accidentally graze that trackpad when typing. Here’s how to disable the trackpad so that doesn’t happen.