The successor to Pixelbook apparently already has a name, it is Pixelbook Go and it will return to the basics of a notebook, without any frills that arrived in the first generation. This new computer that runs Chrome OS and that is made by Google itself should be announced next month, at the event that is already scheduled for October 15th.
Sources close to the subject say that the next Chromebook made by Google itself will no longer have extra features, such as a screen that can be turned to transform the gadget into a tablet, or else a pen that helps when writing or drawing on the display, in addition to a different name from Pixelbook, adding Go at the end of the title.
The laptop should come with a 13.3 inch screen in a 16: 9 aspect ratio and 4K resolution as an option, but the base model will be Full HD. Couple this with a body in some metal alloy and that protects the processor, which will start on a Core m3, going up to the powerful Core i7, options between 8 GB and 16 GB of RAM, 128 GB or 256 GB of internal memory in state solid.
All of this is an exaggeration to run Chrome OS, but the high resolution may require heavy hardware and games made for Android can run on this system, so it is always good to give more engine than necessary for the basics.
The sources still confirm that the speakers are more powerful than in the Pixelbook, but that they remain in a pair pointed forward. Still ahead is a 2 megapixel camera, which is enough for video calls up to 1080p at 60 frames per second.
Even with a more traditional footprint on notebooks, the Pixelbook Go will only bring USB-C ports (two of them), but for the general happiness of the nation the headphone jack will still be present. The computer should be announced with the Pixel 4, in an event that is already scheduled for October 15th this year and that will take place in New York City, in the United States.
With information: 9to5Google.