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The Google Pixelbook is an excellent Chromebook with one big problem: its price tag.
The smooth and speedy convertible laptop costs a whopping $999, £999 or about AU$1,275.
It has a minimalist design with a glass panel on the back that's reminiscent of Google's Pixel Phones.
The Pixelbook looks and feels like a premium laptop. It's mostly metal construction is solid and sleek.
Google made a stylus that exclusively works with the Pixelbook.
However, it doesn't come with the tablet. It's an extra $99.
The Pixelbook Pen has a button that launches Google Assistant. You can highlight text or circle an image to conduct a quick and easy Google search.
The latest version of Chrome OS lets Chromebooks download apps and games from the Google Plat store.
There are silicon pads on the keyboard deck that are comfortable when typing.
There's also a button on the keyboard that launches Google Assistant.
It has two USB-C ports and a headphones jack.
You can flip it over to use the keyboard as a stand.
Thanks to its super bright screen and wide viewing angles, the Pixelbook is great for watching TV and movies.