|Standing screen display size||12.3 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||2400 x 1600|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||8 GB|
|Wireless Type||802.11n, 802.11b, 802.11g|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
Google Pixelbook (i5, 8 GB RAM, 128GB) (GA00122-US)
|Display Size||12.3 Inches|
|Operating System||Chrome OS|
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- Meet google pixel book, the high performance chromebook; it’s the first laptop with the google assistant built in; press the google assistant key on your keyboard or say "Ok google" to get started; the google assistant is always ready to help
- Features 7th gen intel core i5 processor, 8gb ram and 128gb for storage; the long lasting battery delivers up to 10 hours of use and it’s fast charging so you can get 2 hours of use in 15 minutes
- The 4 in 1 design adapts to whatever you’re doing with laptop, tablet, tent and entertainment modes; ACcess to favorite apps including google drive, Gmail, YouTube, Evernote, slACk, infinite painter, light room, rob lox and many more
- Pixel book's super thin and lightweight design measures 10.3 millimeter and weighs 2.45 pounds; features a 12.3 inch 360 degree touchscreen display, a sleek aluminum body, corning gorilla glass and a bACk lit keyboard
- Powered by chrome os with automatic software updates so you’ll always have the latest virus protection; it starts up in less than 10 secs, stays fast throughout the day, and won’t slow down over time
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Meet Google Pixelbook, the high performance Chromebook.
Everything you love about Google, for work and play.
The first laptop with the Google Assistant built in.
Quickly get answers, get things done, manage your day and more - with the Google Assistant. It's like having your own personal Google.
Get help from the Google Assisstant.
Press the Google Assistant key on your keyboard to say "Ok Google" to get started. The Google Assistant is always ready to help.
Circle with the Pixelbook Pen.
Use your Pixelbook Pen to get help from the Google Assistant. Simply press and hold the button, then circle text or an image on your Pixelbook to get answers or take actions quickly.
Adapts to your world with a 4-in-1 design.
Pixelbook's 10.3mm super-thin unibody and 2.45 lbs lightweight design includes a 12.3" 360° touchscreen display. It seamlessly adapts to whatever you are doing with laptop, tablet, tent and entertainment modes. Pixelbook also features an ultra-sleek aluminum body, Corning Gorilla Glass detail and a backlit keyboard.
Keep going with an all-day battery.
With up to 10 hours of use, Pixelbook's battery lets you stay on the move without looking for outlets. And when you do need a charge, get two hours of use with just 15 minutes of charging.
Built for speed with 7th Gen Intel Core processor.
Google Pixelbook comes with the 7th Gen Intel Core processor for faster browsing, multitasking, entertainment and more.
Apps for work and play.
Do more of what you love with apps including Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Gmail, Photos and more. You can also download your favorites from YouTube Red and Google Play Movies to enjoy even without Wi-Fi.
Speed, simplicity and security, built in with Chrome OS.
Pixelbook is powered by Chrome OS, so it'll automatically update itself and you'll always have the latest virus protection. Plus, your Pixelbook will start up in under 10 seconds, stay fast throughout the day and won't slow down over time.
A more helpful pen. Pixelbook Pen.
Meet the smart, responsive pen for your Google Pixelbook. It works with the Google Assistant and it lets you write, draw, and design naturally.
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|Sold By||Available from these sellers||eMonkey||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||ARF Tech||Ari Tech|
|Computer Memory Size||8 GB||16 GB||8 GB||4 GB||8 GB||4 GB|
|CPU Model||8032||8032||Core M Family||Celeron||8032||Intel Core i3|
|CPU Model Manufacturer||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel|
|CPU Speed||3.3 GHz||0.00 MHz||3.4 GHz||2.8 GHz||0.00 MHz||2.1 GHz|
|Display Resolution Maximum||2400 x 1600||2400 x 1600||1920 x 1080 pixels||1366 x 768 pixels||2400 x 1600||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||12.3 inches||12.3 inches||14 inches||11.6 inches||12.3 inches||13.3 inches|
|Graphics Coprocessor||HD615||HD615||Intel HD Graphics 615||—||HD615||Intel Integrated Graphics|
|Hard Disk Description||Flash Memory Solid State||Flash Memory Solid State||SSD||Embedded MultiMediaCard||Flash Memory Solid State||Flash Memory Solid State|
|Hard Disk Size||128 GB||512 GB||64 GB||—||128 GB||—|
|Human Interface Input||Keyboard||Touchscreen with Stylus Support||Touchscreen||—||Keyboard||Touchscreen|
|Item Dimensions||11.43 x 8.69 x 0.44 inches||11.43 x 8.69 x 0.44 inches||12.60 x 8.00 x 0.60 inches||11.65 x 8.11 x 0.79 inches||11.43 x 8.69 x 0.44 inches||12.20 x 8.43 x 0.67 inches|
|Item Weight||2.45 lbs||2.45 lbs||3.30 lbs||—||2.45 lbs||2.97 lbs|
|Operating System||Chrome OS||Chrome OS||Chrome OS||Chrome OS||Chrome OS||Chrome OS|
|RAM Memory Technology||DDR3L||SDRAM||DDR3L||LPDDR4||—||DDR4|
|Wireless Communication Standard||802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n||802.11ac||Bluetooth, 802.11b/n/ac||Bluetooth||802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g||802.11ax|
|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi||Bluetooth, WiFi||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth||—||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth|
Meet Google Pixelbook, the high performance Chromebook. It’s the first laptop with the Google Assistant built in. The long lasting battery delivers up to 10 hours of use and it’s fast charging so can get 2 hours of use in 15 minutes. 4 in 1 design adapts to whatever you’re doing with laptop, tablet, tent and entertainment modes. Access to favorite apps including Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Gmail, YouTube and more. Pixelbook's super thin and lightweight design measures 10.3 mm and weighs 2.45lbs. Features a 12.3” 360° touchscreen display, a sleek aluminum body, Corning Gorilla Glass and a backlit keyboard. Powered by Chrome OS with automatic software updates so you’ll always have the latest virus protection. It starts up in less than 10 secs, stays fast throughout the day, and won’t slow down over time.
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Again, the selling point (in comparison to other chromebooks) is the pixel pen & google assistant feature.
(Update April 1)
So I was accidentally messing with the Chromebook and cracked the screen. And I researched it and found that they have a fixing program through uBreakiFix, I took it to the to the store and for $480 they will fix the screen. Actually what they do is they send the laptop back to Google and Google sends you a brand new laptop. Obviously although this is quite expensive, this is an amazing feature because you get a completely new pixelbook which actually includes a new charger. I was very pleased with this program they overnight shipped it and I have a brand new pixelbook. I'm very impressed with Google on this.
If anyone out there is on the fence about buying this, let me make your decision easier: You will absolutely love this laptop, and if you already use Google apps, or you are considering switching to Chrome OS, I promise that you will not regret this purchase at all.
Thank you, Google, for making the best laptop of the year and one of the best laptops ever made.
Update, 2/8/18: Well, it has been nearly four months, and I am still loving my Pixelbook. It has become my one and only daily driver, and I have sold my old Windows desktop PC. I keep discovering more and more things that I can do with this awesome laptop. Below is a pic from Starbucks last night, as I chatted with a friend on Google Hangouts, worked on a spreadsheet for work, edited an audio file, and listened to a YouTube video.
I have fully converted to Chrome OS, and I foresee my Pixelbook being my one and only computer for a long time to come.
Absolutely buy the Pixelbook if you are in the market and have the funds available. Once you realize that you can do absolutely everything you need to do on one, you will never use any other type of computer.
Edit Tuesday, 8/21/18: Business trip, and as you can see in the picture, I have my Google Pixelbook with me as always! It has been nearly a year since I took the "Pixelbook Plunge", and I could not be happier with my decision. The Pixelbook has inspired me to completely embrace Google's vision of the cloud method of personal and business computing. and my only regret is that I did not do it sooner. And now that the Pixelbook is discounted down to $749 and the pen is down to $82, there could not be a better time to get yours. Buy the Pixelbook, you won't regret it!
The Pixelbook is far too limited to be called a true laptop; its not even as capable as a current Android smartphone. It seems like an expensive toy designed to promote Google Assistant.
Here's a detailed list issues we found through basic everyday use in the first 2 hours.
- Google "apps" in the taskbar -Sheets, Gmail, - aren't "apps". They're links to browser plugins. So after you just signed into the laptop, you open the Gmail "app" and get prompted to sign in again. This is a worse user experience then a phone.
- The ability to install Apps from the Play Store is a big selling point. So you can install the Gmail Android app to keep a persistent login. But guess what? There are no system sounds installed, so you don’t get notifications, which is the next problem...
- Notifications are useless. There is a counter in the bottom tray but there is no visual popup or sound to alert you like Windows 10 Android or iOS or any consumer electronic OS made in the past 25 years. When you get an email you don't know until you open the "app" in the browser.
- Checking the interwebs we found a "workaround" to install an Android app with its own sounds built in. Or copy your own sounds from another device into the Notifications folder. That leads to t he next problem, local File Management .
- The native File Manager hides most files from you. You can't access the Notification folder to import sounds from a USB stick. Nor can you easily create a new folder, drag and drop files, or do other core tasks any laptop should provide. You have to download a 3rd party file explorer from the Store to do that. We went through all this and still the system didn't recognize added sounds. Notifications foiled again!
- Back to the file system. It seems Google expects you to sync everything to My Drive. But on a laptop don't most people have some sensitive files they store locally only? Good luck doing this with the built in File Manager.
- Likewise, you can't open password protected MS Office files in Google apps. Its not supported. I found a very crass comment on support forums saying "Drive is password protected, why would you need to protect individual files?" Missing the point totally….
- No worry though you can install the free Android Excel app and open password protected files just like on your phone right? Wrong. Microsoft requires an O365 subscription to use their apps on the Pixelbook or any device with screen over 10". So something you can do or free on any Android phone costs you $10/mo on the $1000 and up Pixelbook. Foiled yet again
- Maybe you heard Chrome OS can run Linux apps in Developer mode. Not for the average user, but your desperate now. While great, you can install LibreOffice the opensource MS Office alternative. Except you need to know how to use the Linux terminal to do it. Even if you do Linux apps are run in a secure container. You can't access your folder structure, you have to copy files you want to work with to a Linux only folder then move them back later. Another half-baked idea not ready for prime time.
- More on running Android Apps. Chrome OS is not the same as Android OS. Under the hood ,the latest Chrome OS 71 is still using the out of support Android version 7.1.2 which no longer gets security updates as of Nov 5, 2018. So the brand new device you just bought is already unpatched! Google brags how secure the device is which makes this even harder to stomach.
- And last, even something as simple as playing music didn’t work right. I loaded a few albums from a USB stick. The stock barebones music player and Play Music apps couldn’t display the .JPG albumart. GMMP Android player from the store could. These are the same albumart files that work on Android phones for years...
All of this is what two reasonably tech savvy users uncovered in just a few hours with the Pixelbook. As longtime Android users we know its not unusual for Google products to get released in a nascent state then be refined over time. But this product has been on the market for a year already and it still feels like its barely a Beta version. I can't believe they make a $2000 i7 CPU, 16GB RAM, 512 SSD version for something with so many issues which can only run browser and Android apps. I can not recommend the Pixelbook to anyone at any price.
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I currently run three i7 Macs in my studio and an old but still viable 2011 MacBook Pro 2.4 Ghz Core Duo laptop for surfing the net.
This Pixelbook runs circles around any and all of them for my day to day usage. If I am not recording or producing music on my Macs, I am blazing across the interwebs at light speed on this.... and the pen is indispensable once you have it in your hand so just get it.
For the best web and Android experiences this is a no brainer.
The other reviewers corroborate in much greater detail.
Awesome user experience from Amazon and Google and Jeff Bezos, as always.
Bluetooth pretty much is still a hit and/or miss affair, if there is one glaring weak point that"s the one
I eventually took the plunge, noting that all of us Mac users had taken the plunge from Microsoft at one point. I figured it couldn't be THAT hard to learn a new operating system, especially one that's based on a mobile platform.
I am so glad I bought this computer. First of all, it looks and feels way nicer than my Macbook Pro. I sometimes have to go use the MBP and it now just feels clunky and outdated. This thing feels premium. The fact that there are no moving parts makes it feel solid (I had the old hard drive in my MBP). It starts up immediately when I open the lid, and I have not had any delay or slowing down when I have a bunch of apps open. I currently have 7 browser windows open, Google Sheets, Google Docs, and the calculator going. No problem.
My main concern was how easy it would be to quickly download PDFs and email them out. I know this sounds silly, but with the limited memory on the Pixelbook, I was concerned that it would be a pain to save and email out docs. I don't want to send a client a link to Google Drive (most of my clients are older). Well, no problem with that. They get downloaded fine and are easy to find on the computer.
In terms of learning a new OS, it's not that different from an iPhone or iPad. It's so stripped down that it is awesome. If you don't know how to do something (ie, screen shot or caps lock), just Google "how do I do X on a Chromebook" and you'll find the answer. Since when did we become so lazy that this is a stumbling block?
The other Chromebook issue that people list as a negative is that it requires a connection to the internet to work. I don't see this issue, since Google Docs and Sheets etc have an offline mode. Maybe other more high tech programs require an internet connection. But doesn't everyone have a smart phone these days that you can tether to? Whenever I am out in the field, I just connect to my phone and I'm good to go. I had to do that to my Macbook anyhow, since there's no offline information that is usefully in real estate. It's all online.
Overall, I am so freaking happy I got this laptop. It's simple, always works, and is gorgeous. Highly recommend.
iPad pro 10.5も所有していますが、はっきり言って使い勝手はiPad pro 10.5の圧勝です。