Google launched the PixelBook Go equipped with Chrome OS operating system in about two years, using a 13.3-inch 16:9 screen, providing two USB-C ports and a 3.5mm audio port. This model is equipped with a 1080p LCD touch screen, Intel’s 8th generation Core m3 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage space. In addition, it also provides Intel Core i5, i7 configuration versions, up to 16GB memory, and 256GB storage space, the screen can also choose 4K resolution.
According to Twitter user @AppleLe257
, Google will launch Pixelbook 2 to replace PixelBook Go. The new product will continue to use a 13.3-inch screen and provide orange, green, yellow, blue and pink color schemes. At the same time, the processor will be Google’s self-developed Tensor SoC
. This SoC has been confirmed to be used on Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones to be released this year. It is certain that its TPU and Titan M2 security chips are developed by Google itself, but the situation of CPU, GPU, and 5G baseband cannot be confirmed for the time being. It is also unclear whether the SoC version used by the Pixelbook 2 is consistent with the Pixel 6 series.
According to the leaked renderings, Pixelbook 2 exudes the breath of Apple’s MacBook Air in appearance. The shell should be made of aluminum, and the touchpad area is also moderately expensive. In addition to a 3.5mm audio interface and a USB-C interface on the right side, there should also be a USB-C interface on the left side. I’m not sure if there will be an SD card reader. Pixelbook 2 should be aimed at the high-end market. I hope its configuration can prove that this positioning is accurate. Previously, the highest price of PixelBook Go reached $1399.