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Pick up a 4K Pixelbook Go with 16GB of RAM for $1,200 on Amazon ($200 off)

Pick up a 4K Pixelbook Go with 16GB of RAM for $1,200 on Amazon ($200 off)

Google released the company's newest laptop, the Pixelbook Go, last year alongside the Pixel 4. It's a beautifully designed computer with specs that go up against the best in the category. We liked it, but the price was too high for most people to seriously consider buying it. Right now, though, Amazon is offering savings of up to $200 on select Pixelbook Go models like the top-of-the-line i7 variant with 16GB of RAM.

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Google is offering Stadia Premiere Edition for just $79 to select Chromebook owners

Google is offering Stadia Premiere Edition for just $79 to select Chromebook owners

Stadia Premiere Edition launched last year for the price of $129. It was a lot of fun when we reviewed it. Since then, it's been discounted down to just $99. But if that wasn't enough to sway you, Google is currently offering Stadia Premiere Edition for a mere $79 — as long as you've got a Pixelbook, Pixelbook Go, or Pixel Slate handy.

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Get a refurbished Pixelbook Go for $520 ($129 off) from Best Buy

Get a refurbished Pixelbook Go for $520 ($129 off) from Best Buy

The Pixelbook Go is a very pleasant little laptop, but starting at $649, it's also pricey for a Chromebook. But right now at Best Buy (or Best Buy's eBay storefront, if you'd prefer), you can nab a refurbished model for significantly less — $520, which represents a savings of $129.

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Samsung Galaxy Chromebook vs. Pixelbook Go: Which should you buy?

Samsung Galaxy Chromebook vs. Pixelbook Go: Which should you buy?

Samsung surprised us at CES this year with the Galaxy Chromebook, a high-end convertible Chrome OS laptop whose thin, angular body is awfully reminiscent the original Pixelbook. It's on sale today. But Google's got its own new laptop bearing the Pixel family name in the Pixelbook Go, which you can spec all the way up to a 4K display and Intel Core i7 processor. If you're on the hunt for a premium Chrome device, these two should be high on your list, but which should you buy? Let's discuss.

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Chrome OS 81 redesigns Chrome tab UI for tablets

Chrome OS 81 redesigns Chrome tab UI for tablets

Google has gradually been improving the tablet experience on Chrome OS over the last few months, adding Android 10 inspired gesture navigation back in January. In Chrome OS 81, which has now entered into the Beta channel, Google continues that trend with a redesigned UI for Chrome tabs.

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The 'Not Pink' Pixelbook Go is now available starting at $849

The 'Not Pink' Pixelbook Go is now available starting at $849

Google's hardware division usually throws one or two fun colors in with the usual mix of black, white, and silver devices. However, the fun colors don't always launch at the same time as the boring tones. That was the case with the Pixelbook Go, which launched late last year. Now, you can finally get the "Not Pink" variant of Google's new laptop, but it's not available in the base configuration.

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Google Pixelbook Go now on sale in the UK

Google Pixelbook Go now on sale in the UK

The Pixelbook Go was announced back in October at Google's big hardware event and went on sale in the US soon after, but we've been made to wait for it here in the UK. Thankfully, as of today, the latest Google laptop is now available to buy this side of the pond.

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4K version of the Pixelbook Go now available if you're itching to drop $1,400 on a Chromebook

4K version of the Pixelbook Go now available if you're itching to drop $1,400 on a Chromebook

The highest-end version of Google's new Pixelbook Go is now available. So long as you weren't holding out for the snazzy pink colorway, you can now pick up the higher-resolution 4K version with a Chromebook-overkill Intel i7, 16GB of RAM, and 256 GB of storage for "just" $1,400, or a little over twice the cost of the base m3, 1080p model.

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Pixelbook Go review: Google’s cheap laptop is too expensive (Update: Two weeks later)

Pixelbook Go review: Google’s cheap laptop is too expensive (Update: Two weeks later)

In 2013, Google released the Chromebook Pixel, a beautiful, weird, unabashedly high-end device meant to show other manufacturers what Chrome OS could do with more power than it needed. Google nerds were into it, but it didn't have much impact on the greater Chrome landscape. Following a 2015 hardware refresh and 2017's similarly pricey convertible Pixelbook, Google tried and failed to catch more mainstream attention with last year's Pixel Slate, an overpriced, badly-optimized two-in-one that sold so poorly the company actually gave up on making tablets. This year, Google is taking a different tack in trying to sell to normal people with the Pixelbook Go, a regular ol' Chrome OS laptop with regular ol' specs, starting at $650.

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You'll have to spend $1,400 to get a 4K screen on the Pixelbook Go

You'll have to spend $1,400 to get a 4K screen on the Pixelbook Go

The Pixelbook Go isn't exactly cheap with a starting price of $649, and it can get way, way more expensive than that. The highest-spec model, which has a Core i7 processor and 16 gigabytes of RAM, costs a whopping $1,399 — and it's the only SKU that comes with a 4K display.

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