Pixelbook Go hands-on review: A return to Chromebook tradition

In a world where libraries, coffee shops, and computer desks are dominated by the glowing white Apple, Chromebooks have slowly managed to become popular. Once only coming in clamshell laptops, they’re now found in all shapes and sizes.

But the creator of the platform, Google, has had a tough time cracking the scene with its own hardware. The Google Pixelbook was too expensive. Last year’s Google Pixel Slate was a shot at the Surface Pro lineup, but it missed.

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