Sure, Chromebook may be thought of as a cheaper alternative to a laptop, but not everyone is looking for something low cost – they might not want to deal with Windows, macOS, or Linux. For those people there’s the Google Pixelbook.
The Pixelbook is still a Chromebook – it’s just a high-performance Chromebook and is the first laptop to have Google Assistant built into its system. As always, it only takes the words, “Okay Google,” to have the virtual assistant help you with a variety of needs.
This laptop is built with a 7th Gen Intel® Core™ i7 processor and has 16GB RAM and 512GB of storage. The battery will give you up to ten hours of work time and will charge quickly to give you two hours of use after being plugged in for just fifteen minutes.
This 4-in-1 design is much more than a laptop. It also includes tablet, tent, and entertainment modes. It’s so lightweight at just 2.45 lbs. and 10.3 mm thick, that it works out well for all four modes. Additionally, the 12.3″ touchscreen display will rotate 360° and features Gorilla® Glass and a backlit keyboard.
Other than the hardware, you’ll have access to apps such as Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Gmail, and YouTube and will have automatic software updates from Chrome OS with the latest in virus protection.
With nearly $140 off, you can pick up this Chromeboox for just $1,509.99.
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