Meet Google Pixelbook, the high performance Chrome book.
Pixelbook is the perfect example of how we combine the best of hardware and software, with AI at the center.
We'll start with the stunning versatile design.
Pixelbook is the thinnest, lightest laptop we've ever made At just around ten millimeters thin and a kilogram light.
When you're at your most productive, it's an incredible laptop.
Fold the keyboard underneath and easily watch videos or play your favorite games.
Use Pixel look as a tablet to catch up on the latest news or read a book.
It's the first convertible laptop that actually feels natural to use as a tablet.
Prop it up into tent mode, to share your screen, or follow along with a recipe in the kitchen.
The 12.3 inch touchscreen display is gorgeously high resolution, with vibrant colors, deep blacks, and enough brightness to use outside, even on a sunny day.
With Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, Pixel Book pass a punch, it offers plenty of RAM to handle your multitasking needs and gives you up to 512 gigs o storage.
The long lasting battery provides up to ten hours of use from a single charge And plugging it in for just 15 minutes gives you two hours of battery life.
And in moments when you don't have access to Wi-Fi, Pixel Book is smart enough to automatically connect through your Pixel phone.
We call this instant tethering.
We're also excited to announce that Pixelbook is the first laptop with the Google assistant built in.
So that's a first look at Pixelbook.
A radically helpful laptop that combines the best of Google's AI software and hardware.
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