Google has tried to put out an expensive Chromebook in the past, but with the addition of Android apps, the tech giant may have finally succeeded.
This time on All Hands on Tech we review the Google Pixelbook. The biggest qualms of Google’s past attempts at a Pixel Chromebook were the limitations of Chrome OS compared to the price of the device. Google had tried to make the argument that a Chrome OS device could be sold for one thousand dollars, and it fell short. Now it’s back and it hopes the addition of Android and the complete Google Play Store will do the trick.
The Pixelbook is available now starting at $1,299. Unfortunately, the device has not yet released in Quebec, with a Quebec release date TBA.
Last time on All Hands on Tech we reviewed the LG V30. LG’s V Series is back with the V30, and with a new OLED screen and one of the best audio experiences out there, it has never looked better.