Pixelbook Go hands-on: Google’s cheapest Chromebook yet

Google's new Pixelbook Go brings the price down just a bit — to $650 to start. It's a small, slightly round, really nice looking Chromebook. With Intel processors, an option for a 4K screen, and a great keyboard, it could be a strong competitor to the other Chromebooks in that price range. Google is promising 12 hours of battery life, too.

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