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| On 4 months ago

Google Pixelbook report of five months: Work with the best screen, quick and stylish remotely??

By Deeksha Arora

Five months ago, I began the Google Pixelbook, watch our complete analysis, and the pixel book Go that has been my favorite device almost for the past half-year, as much as I enjoy using Pixel Slate.

The Pixel Slate is a fantastic Chromebook, but as a regular routine procedure, I have not integrated laptop use. The Pixelbook Go’s clamshell laptop-style is more appropriate for my specifications.

I started using Surface Pro 4 at the beginning of 2018 and named my main home office machine, the Google Pixelbook. This Pixelbook was substituted by the Pixel Slate, and the Go pixel book has now trumped. I would definitely not have sold my Pixelbook off, but, unfortunately, I like the more contemporary style, improved keyboard, and 16:9 Go Pixelbook view.

I have analyzed the Pixelbook in-depth after five months of everyday usage and continue to use the pixel book as my regular driver and as my remote computer for the following reasons:

16:9 aspect ration:

I assumed at first that the pixel book Go could not substitute the pixel slate, but the aspect ratio of 3:2 was still considered to be helpful in internet use. The 16:9 aspect ratio of the Pixelbook Go, however, helps better with two applications on the phone, and this has contributed to improved efficiency for me.

Seamless updates:

I’m a huge fan of the background update process on Chromebooks and love that I never worry at all about updates on the Pixelbook Go. Google takes care of this without any work on my part, and that continues to be an awesome benefit of Chromebooks.

All-day battery:

Whilst Google’s battery life is 12 hours, I notice that I get a little fewer (about 10 hours), but I am willing to stay out of the charger for a full day.

Wonderful media experience:

The dual front speakers sound fantastic, the 16:9 screen looks amazing, and the Pixelbook Go runs smoothly on the Bluetooth Headphones. You may even tilt it in your preferred viewing orientation because this is a laptop type factor.

The fact that the pixel book goes also has a 3.5 mm headphone socket for wired audio assistance is much easier for me with my older Bose noise cancelation earbuds.

Deeksha Arora