9To5Google appears to be sitting on a preview of what is called the upcoming Google Pixelbook Go, a new Pixelbook from Google that’s expected to be unveiled next week on October 15.
Google Pixelbook Go looks similar to the Google Atlas codenamed computer that leaked in a video as far back as April this year.
Given that this 13.3-inch laptop is equipped with options of both Full HD and 4K displays, that would fit the former leak.
Thank you for your patience. This is Google Pixelbook Go. https://t.co/C4fLIkJDtA pic.twitter.com/7BYK6uc1io
— Stephen Hall (@hallstephenj) October 11, 2019
But even though it is classified as a laptop/notebook, it’s still said to feature a touchscreen.
Google Pixelbook Go is described as featuring processor options of Intel Core m3, i5, and i7, with 8GB or 16GB RAM, 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage, and specs like stereo speakers, a 2MP front camera, Wi-Fi 5, and two USB C ports.
How Microsoft will react to this device being named somewhat after the Surface Go will be interesting to find out as Microsoft and Google are working together these days because of the 2020 launch of the Android OS operated Surface Duo.
– Tom Bowen