If you’re looking for a powerful laptop with great displays and long battery life, the Google Pixelbook i7 is the one for you. It has everything you need in a professional device: strong performance and high-end features such as IPS screens and pen support.
The Google Pixelbook i7 is a Windows 10 device. It’s powered by an Intel Core i7 processor with 8GB of RAM, 256GB SSD, and a touchscreen display.
The stylus pen with the device is fantastic and makes drawing on the screen feel like you’re writing with ink on paper.
The Google Pixelbook i7 has an Intel Core i7 processor, a powerful processor that can handle most tasks. This chip has four cores and eight threads, making it ideal for multitasking and other intensive tasks. It also has 8 MB cache memory, which means you’ll have more room to store your files—and more speed when opening them!
The base model comes with 16 GB RAM and 128 GB SSD storage options (far smaller than most laptops these days), but you can upgrade it to up to 32 GB RAM if you want even more power from this machine.
Pen for Pixelbook
The first thing you’ll notice about the Pixelbook Pen is how light it is. It weighs about as much as a normal pen and feels like one, too—it doesn’t have any heft. There are two reasons for this:
- The Pixelbook Pen doesn’t have any moving parts (unlike some other styluses), so there’s no friction or sensor-based technology involved; this means less weight overall. And because no moving parts or electronics are inside, it can be made even lighter than competing products today!
- The other reason the pen is so light is because of how much plastic was used in its construction—this makes up most of its body weight without sacrificing durability.*
Storage and Memory
The Pixelbook i7 has 128GB of storage and 8GB of RAM. This is the best configuration for a Chromebook, but more is needed to run some apps and games at full speed without stuttering or crashing.
If you plan to use your Pixelbook primarily as a productivity machine, upgrading to 256GB or 512GB will give you more room for storing your files (or movie collections). If you want more than one person using the laptop at once—especially if they’re watching videos together—then upgrading to 16GB would be ideal.
The Intel Core i7 processor inside this model makes it lightning fast compared with previous generations; however, it’s not quite up there with what Apple offers on its laptops like the MacBook Pro 13″ or 15″. Suppose you want better performance than what Google offers. In that case, we recommend getting an Apple MacBook Pro instead because their processors are much faster than those in any available Chromebooks!
The Pixelbook’s battery life is excellent for a laptop of this caliber. It lasted me about six hours of screen-on time during my testing, which is more than enough for most people who use their laptops for work or school. If you’re streaming video or doing anything else that requires an internet connection, you’ll want to keep an eye on your charge level. Even after extended use and playing games like Fortnite (a popular title on the Google Chrome Store), my Pixelbook still had plenty left in reserve when I went to bed at night.
The only place where I felt like the PixelBook’s battery life could have been improved was if there were better options available when it came time to choose between power sources: USB-C versus microSD card slot vs. built-in battery versus wireless charging pads—and so on!
While none of these options are perfect substitutes for each other yet because they offer slightly different features depending on what kind of user needs they’re trying to serve best (e.g., someone looking specifically at performance vs. someone looking specifically at portability), having all three options available makes choosing between them less challenging overall given how varied our needs can be from person-to-person.”
The Pixelbook i7 is a tablet, laptop, hybrid, and all-in-one convertible. It’s also the first detachable Chromebook with a keyboard.
The Pixelbook i7 has a 12-inch screen that folds over to become an 8-inch tablet (2:1 aspect ratio). A short click will switch between modes when you want to use it as a laptop or detach it from its base for typing.
The Google Pixelbook’s camera is one of its best features. It’s not just good for photos but also videos and selfies. The 12.3MP rear camera has an aperture size of f/1.8, meaning it can take pictures in low light conditions with outstanding clarity and color accuracy. In addition to capturing some great images, the Pixelbook also has a front-facing 8MP selfie camera that lets you shoot crisp self-portraits with little effort!
Video calls are another thing you’ll love about this device: thanks to 4K video calling support (which requires an internet connection), you can make crystal clear video calls even when there isn’t Wi-Fi available or when traveling through different countries across continents without worrying about connectivity issues ruining your experience—plus Google Duo allows users who have both Android phones running Marshmallow+OS 10+ devices access secure peer-to-peer chatting functionality without having access to phone numbers!
The weight of a laptop is one of the most important factors to consider when choosing a new one. The battery life and portability of your laptop are key components, but if you’re going to be carrying it around all day and every day, then comfort is equally as important.
The Pixelbook comes in at 2 pounds (1 kg) with its keyboard cover attached; however, once you take off that keyboard cover—which has its dedicated power button—it’s even lighter than that! With just plain old Wi-Fi-enabled hardware inside this thing, weighing in at just 1 pound (0.5 kg), it’s easy for anyone who’s looking for something portable without sacrificing performance or battery life to get excited about using the Pixelbook instead of an iPad Pro or Surface Laptop 2 Pro (which weighs 3 pounds).
The headphones that come with the Pixelbook are good but could be better. They’re not as good as Apple’s AirPods or even some of the better wireless headphones on the market, like Bose’s QuietComfort 35 II or Sennheiser’s HD 598. The sound is primarily clear and rich despite a lack of bass response—the main issue here is that they don’t have much power and can distort at higher volumes in your ears if you turn up too much bass–but they don’t feel like something you’d want to wear every day (especially if you’re listening to music).
If you’re looking for something more substantial than these Bluetooth earbuds will give you, there are plenty of options available from companies like Apple and Sony that offer better quality audio than Google does here; however, if all you care about is listening while walking around town then these might suffice fine!
The software on the Google Pixelbook i7 is very good. It has all the features you would expect from a modern laptop, such as a proper web browser and Google Docs. It also includes Microsoft Office 365, a nice bonus if you need it for work or school.
The most significant difference between this version of Chrome OS and others available today is that it comes with version 54 (the latest). This means you get access to new features like Extensions, which allow developers to add new functionality to their apps without needing any changes made by Google—it just works!
The keyboard on the Pixelbook is very comfortable to use, thanks to its soft keys and a slightly raised trackpad that makes it easy to navigate around the screen with your fingers. It’s also spill-resistant, so you can rest your laptop on top of it without worrying about spills.
The keyboard is backlit by default but can be turned off as needed with a simple tap on the F5 key (or fn + F5). This means that if you’re working in low light conditions or don’t need external lighting at all times, turn off the backlight via this method instead of going through Settings → Device Options → Display & sound → Backlight Controls (which would require additional taps).
The keys themselves are made from glass fiber-reinforced plastic and have been designed specifically for touch typing—so even if you aren’t exceptionally skilled at typing yet still want something similar enough not to give up after trying out using one device only once or twice before moving onto another brand altogether due frustration over how difficult they felt initially upon touching them just seconds earlier than expected due lack experience using any other type besides traditional keyboards thus far? This keyboard works great!
The trackpad on the Pixelbook is responsive and smooth, but it could be better than some other laptops we’ve reviewed. For example, the GPD XD has a glass trackpad that’s much more precise than the one found on this computer.
The screen also has an integrated fingerprint reader below it, so you don’t need to press any buttons or enter your password when logging in. You swipe up from anywhere on the display to unlock it—and if you’re already logged in, you can use two-factor authentication instead of entering a password every time (though this isn’t available for everyone).
Google Pixelbook i7 is a fantastic device.
The Google Pixelbook i7 is an excellent option for business users. It’s because it can handle large amounts of data and has a beautiful display and long battery life.
The device was designed with students in mind and parents who want to keep their kids safe online. The Chromebook comes with parental controls and an app that allows you to set time limits on how much time the device should be used for educational or entertainment purposes.
If you’re an educator at any level—from elementary school through college—the Google Pixelbook i7 is one of the most powerful laptops on the market today!
I am very impressed with this device. It is a lot of fun to use, and it does everything I need it to do. If you are looking for a high-end laptop with the latest features, this might be right up your alley.