Google’s line of Pixelbooks has always tried to provide decent specs on a budget but now the company is going for the high-end market as well.
Back when the new Pixelbook Go was unveiled, we thought it looked much more expensive than it actually was.
Well, now it’s also available in a $1,300 configuration, which adds some serious power to the laptop.
For that amount, the Pixelbook replaces the basic 13.3-inch screen with a 3840 x 2160 px (331 ppi) touchscreen LCD.
Under the hood, it upgrades to an Intel Core i7-8500Y processor, 16 GB of RAM (like the $,1000 model), 256GB of EMMC storage and a 56WH battery.
With these numbers, the Pixelbook Go is much more than just a Facebook and light homework machine, though the OS might make them not so useful.
The Pixelbook Go runs ChromeOS and also lets you run Linux or Android apps.
However, for $1,300, you can get a similarly powerful Windows laptop that can run a lot more software.