Back in October, Google introduced their new Pixelbook Go laptop. The base model of the laptop is rather affordable at around $650, but Google also announced that there were plans to offer up a model that comes with a 4K display for those who might have need for a higher resolution.


The good news for those who have been holding out for such a laptop, the folks at Android Central have discovered that the 4K configuration is now available for purchase via the Google Store. This will be the most powerful configuration of the Pixelbook Go to date where it will offer up an Intel Core i7 processor with 16GB of RAM and 256GB of storage in addition to its 4K display.

That being said, the only model being offered right now is the black model, and that if you wanted the pink version of the laptop, that is still not available at the moment but we imagine it should eventually make its way into the store. It will also not come cheap at an asking price of $1,400, making it one of the more (if not the most) expensive Chromebook to date.

Usually Chromebooks are priced affordably as they are usually aimed at students and users who don’t really need such a powerful laptop to take with them on the go, but if you have a higher requirement, then head on over to the Google Store to check it out.

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