The system has a 12.3-inch touch display.
The 360-degree hinge folds into a table tent mode.
Or a "kiosk" mode, with the keyboard hidden behind.
And, of course, it can fold down into a tablet.
Google points out the Pixelbook is 10mm thick and weighs just 1kg.
And there's also a stylus, called the Pixelbook Pen.
The Pen has 2,000 levels of pressure sensitivity.
Many Windows convertibles and even some Chromebooks are starting to emphasize stylus input on touchscreen devices.
The Pixelbook has a 12.3-inch QHD display, which usually means 2,560x1,440.
The Pixelbook can automatically tether to your Pixel phone without setting up tethering every time.
Like most new Chromebooks, Android apps from the Google Play store can be downloaded and run.
Naturally, Google Assistant is also included.
The Pixelbook has a premium price, starting at $999, plus another $99 for the optional Pixelbook Pen stylus.
Like many new laptops, the main connection here is USB-C.
The premium design looks similar to other high-end Windows laptops.