Yesterday, Google flexed its hardware muscle yet again. It would be fair to say; the world was impressed with the Google’s 2017 flagship devices. The Pixel 2, the Pixel 2 XL, and the 2-in-1 Pixelbook.
Let us start off with this laptop/tablet hybrid, the Pixelbook, the long-overdue successor of the Chromebook Pixels. To get your hands on this device, you will part with at least $999 for the base model. It also comes with an optional Pixelbook pen for $99.
Specs on the new Pixelbook
|Display||12.3” QHD LCD|
|CPU||Intel Core i5/i7|
|Battery||Maximum 10 working hours+ USC-C charging|
|Keyboard||Backlit and soft touch|
Android apps on the ChromeOS-powered Pixelbook
These days, Android apps run on the desktop Chrome OS platform. With Google’s 2-in-1 Pixelbook, you are going to enjoy using Android apps on the desktop like never before.
To make the Pixel Pen, Google partnered with Wacom and has even integrated an Assistant to the pen. The stylus pen comes with 10 milliseconds latency, 60-degrees angular awareness, and over 2,000 pressure sensitivity levels.
The laptop/tablet is 10mm thick and weighs in at about 1kgs. …read more