Google is expected to announce a new Chromebook called the Pixelbook "Go," the successor to the original Pixelbook released in 2017.
Like the Pixelbook, the Pixelbook Go is a Chromebook running the Chrome OS operating system, which essentially exclusively runs the Chrome web browser, Android apps, and a few select apps specially built for Chrome OS.
The Pixelbook Go will have a premium metal build with a more relaxed design over the sleek and sober Pixelbook, according to a video leak.
Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
Google's Pixel 4 smartphone has already been leaked to a comical extent, and now a full hands-on video of a prototype of the company's upcoming Pixelbook "Go" Chromebook was leaked by 9to5Google four days before Google's October 15 event.
The Pixelbook Go will be the successor to the $1,000 Pixelbook, a great, sleek Chromebook running Chrome OS released in 2017 that was too expensive for a laptop that essentially exclusively runs the Chrome web browser, Android apps, and a few select apps specially built for Chrome OS.