1. Google Pixelbook
Google Pixelbook comes with 8GB RAM/128GB storage and 12” display.
The starting price of Google Pixelbook without keyboard is $999, while its retail price is $1299.
Pixelbook looks similar to MacBook Pro 15-inch.
The display of Pixelbook comes with 12-inch screen size and 2160 x 1440 pixels resolution.
It is powered by Intel Core i5 processor.
Camera of Pixelbook comes with 13MP rear camera and 5MP front camera.
It has 10 hours battery backup.
The phone comes with the same 5.8-inch 1440x2560p display as the Chromebook Pixel, along with a 2.3GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor. However, the processor’s clock speed has been bumped up to 2.4GHz. Other features include 8GB of RAM, 64GB of expandable storage via microSD card slot, USB Type C port, stereo speakers at both ends, and a backlit keyboard. Google Pixelbook 12in
Google says the screen is “durable enough to survive even if dropped onto concrete,” but what does that actually mean? We don’t know yet. But we do know that the Pixelbook runs Chrome OS. And unlike its big brother, the Chromebook Pixel, this laptop isn’t designed around an ARM processor; instead, it’s powered by a brand-new Intel chip. The Pixelbook is also lighter than the Pixel. At 1.33 pounds, it’s about half the weight of the original Chromebook Pixel (2.36 pounds). Battery life wasn’t announced, but we expect similar numbers to last around 10 hours. Like the Pixel, the Pixelbook has a USB Type-C charging port for use with other devices. And it runs regular Android apps, just not Google’s own suite of productivity tools.
In terms of design, the Pixelbook looks almost identical to the Pixel. It still sports a smooth aluminum finish, although it doesn’t look quite as shiny as the original. There aren’t any physical controls—the volume buttons are now located on the right side, and the power button is gone altogether. Instead, users have to access them through a touchpad on the left edge of the device. In fact, there’s no trackpad at all—instead, it uses two separate fingerprint sensors beneath the glass panel. One is built into the power button, while the other sits behind the camera lens.
4. Stereo Speakers
The Pixelbook ships with dual front-facing speakers, which should make watching movies and listening to music much easier than before. And since the audio output is digital, using headphones won’t cut off sound.
Like Apple’s MacBook Pro, the Pixelbook features a full-size backlit keyboard. As you’d expect, the keys feel solid and responsive, but they’re not quite as clicky as the keyboards on the Surface line. Because of that, typing on the Pixelbook may take some getting used to. But if you prefer the feel of a mechanical keyboard, then you’ll probably love it here.
On top of the USB-C port mentioned above, you get one standard HDMI port, three standard USB ports, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0, headphone jack, Ethernet port, SDXC card reader, and GbE LAN port. The lack of a second USB 3.0 port might seem odd, but it makes sense when you consider that the Pixelbook lacks a traditional hard drive. Also missing is a SIM tray for cellular connectivity. Google Pixelbook 12in
According to Google, the base model costs $999, which includes 16 gigabytes of memory and 128 gigabytes of internal storage space. That gives you plenty of room for apps, files, and documents, but it’s nowhere near as capacious as the 256-gigabyte models offered by Microsoft and Dell. If you want additional space, Google sells an upgrade option for $200 that adds 32 gigabytes of storage. That bumps the cost to $1199. Both options add a battery, which should extend the run time to about 11 hours. If you buy the Pixelbook outside the U.S., you’ll pay more money for it. The non-U.S.-market price is set at $1499.