Google Pixelbook Review: Unveiling It!

Google Pixelbook






Hybrid Computer



  • Handy Keyboard
  • Design


  • Audio Output Not Up To The Mark
  • Pen Needs To Be Purchased Separately

JustInReviews in its technology review, would be unveiling the Google Pixelbook for you. Everything about it, that’s worth knowing!

Pixelbook is the aftereffect of the dynamics found in the consistently changing laptop arena today, especially in the 2-in-1 laptop segment. That is the place we’ve seen – usually – Windows notebooks that change into similarly utilitarian tablets at your command. Thus, the Google Pixelbook is the Android-boosted reaction to this worldwide phenomenon.

  • Design:

The ‘Pixel’ inside Google’s eponymous laptop wins its name with regards to the 3:2 Pixelbook screen. With 235 pixels-per-inch (ppi) and exact colour generation, this one matches a portion of the best around, Chromebook or not similar to the 267-ppi Surface Pro and 227-ppi MacBook Pro (13-inch).

In like manner, the gadget keypad is considered to be the best amongst the lot. The illuminated keyboard keys are properly spaced, the 0.8mm travel is a joy with a forceful input. We likewise value the subtle, profoundly fulfilling clicking sound the keys make – it’s unique from each keyboard tried by the experts, and now we will expect it all around.



On the upper side, the trackpad made from glass is satisfying to use, known to track in a smooth manner and precisely both with single-and-multi-touch motions. In any case, we found that the trackpad doesn’t care for us laying our thumb on the trackpad to click while tracking with the index finger – a typical use case. May not be the editor’s personal choice.

The board is said to function admirably in case of motion pictures and photographs, also photo editing. The brightness worth 400 nits assist colossally with this, yet it’s as yet a gleaming screen and accordingly doesn’t confront direct sunlight all that well. Be that as it may, the screen is likewise quite precise to the touch, particularly when underneath the Pixelbook Pen.

  • Technical Specifications:


1.1 Kg i.e. 2.4 pounds


11.4 x 8.7 x 0.4 inches (290.4 x 220.8 x 10.3mm; W x D x H)


1.2GHz Intel Core i5-7Y57 (4MB cache, dual-core, up to 3.3GHz)


256GB SSD (eMMC)


8GB LPDDR3 (1,866MHz)


720p webcam with 60fps


Headphone/mic jack along with 2x USB-C 3.1

Graphics Card:

HD Graphics 615 from Intel

Network and Connectivity:

Bluetooth 4.2, 802.11ac Wi-Fi (2 x 2 MIMO).

  • Pen and Assistant:

The Pixelbook Pen is known to work properly as a stylus, offering a lot of pressure response and tilt bolster, enabling drawing on the display an experience. The screen’s smart reaction enables the digital ink to take after sufficiently close behind the pen that any postponement is imperceivable.

On the Pixelbook Pen is placed a solitary button which is basically a Google Assistant button, yet in addition appears to fuse a portion of the new technology in Google Lens discovered in smartphones, such as the Google Pixel 2. Pressing the button during inking transforms that ink into a thick blue, yet doesn’t really draw anything.

Another plus point with respect to the Pixelbook Pen is that it’s opened up Google Keep to help pen input, from the lock screen as well, simplifying note-taking. There are even applications that can decipher the Pixelbook Pen’s scrawlings into conventional text.

One big flaw in the Pixelbook Pen is that it doesn’t connect to the laptop in any capacity, not even by means of magnets, similar to the Surface Pro. This oversight makes it that significantly less demanding to lose this stylus that cost you so much cash. In addition, it is powered by AAAA batteries, while a rechargeable arrangement would’ve been substantially more deserving of the sticker price.

  • Battery life:

With respect to what extent this Chromebook can sustain, expect shorter duration numbers than you’re accustomed to seeing on even lower-power Chromebooks. Google guarantees up to 10 hours on a solitary charge, a number that was achieved in view of “a mix of standby, web browsing and other use,” as indicated by its Pixelbook product page.

  • Performance:

The gadget handles our whole workload through the Chrome browser– with Google archives and spreadsheets to Slack chat and now also Lightroom photo editing – with barely a hiccup. It’s noteworthy given how generally RAM hungry the browser is, yet in Chrome OS there is by all accounts much more headroom in such manner than with, say, Windows 10 or macOS.

  • Other features:

Maybe the most marquee highlight of the Pixelbook is its wholecloth support of Android applications and the Google Play store, also the new launcher to get to these apps. We at last have the guaranteed Chromebook that can run Android applications!

  • Price tag:

The brand new Pixelbook hosts a 12.3-inch screen and is available in three configurations. It begins at approx. Rs. 65,000, with the Pixelbook Pen evaluated at approx. Rs. 6,500.

  • Pros:

– Good handy keyboard

– Design happens to be sublime

– Complete support for Android apps.

  • Cons:

– Audio output not up to the mark

– Pen needs to be purchased separately

With this, we come to the end of the Google Pixelbook review. Stay connected to JustInReviews for different product reviews.

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