You can buy the Pixelbook Go with a 4K display, but it’ll cost a lot more money than any other configuration. Both the Google Store and Amazon are selling it for $1,399.
Just be prepared to pay a lot more money to get the 4K display. It costs $1,399 for this configuration. The good news is that you’re not paying extra only for a sharper 13.3-inch LCD panel. Google made tweaks in other areas, too.
In addition, the 4K-enabled configuration upgrades the processor, memory, and internal storage. Should you pull the trigger on it, you’ll receive a laptop that also sports Intel’s 8th generation Core i7, 16GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage. None of that should leave users underwhelmed. Together, those components push the Pixelbook Go into high-end territory.
Consider what you’re looking for in a new laptop, and also take a look at other options running Windows or macOS. It’s a decent product, but the Pixelbook Go at $1,399 might not be the best value.
Fortunately, the other configurations are still available. Google’s Pixelbook Go starts at $649, and the base model doesn’t disappoint with its specifications. Everything should run as expected no matter which configuration earns your money. After all, Chrome OS exists as a simplified operating system that’s supported on high-end, mid-range, and entry-level machines.
Both the Google Store and Amazon are selling the Pixelbook Go in this 4K-enabled configuration. Orders should ship out immediately, but you’re only able to choose the Just Black variant right now. We’ll need to wait and see if Google plans on offering the Not Pink variant with a 4K display anytime soon.