We've heard before that Google would follow its Pixelbook – the company's flagship, the Chromebook – a lighter and cheaper product than its premium predecessor, and now we've just looked at the PixelBook Go.  Thanks to a trusted source near 9to5Google, the PixelBook Go has been fully revealed, with extensive shots of the device itself in a salmon color scheme (see the original article for a full gallery of images).
Ribbed for Your Pleasure
As highlighted by 9to5Google, the Pixelbook Go has a textured bottom that has a colorful, ribbed panel coated with what appears to be "handy" material the "feels a bit like a washboard or the roof of a dog's mouth".
However, the upper half of the laptop has a traditionally smoother finish, though subtly held in a pink hue.
The ports on the left side of the Pixelbook Go include a USB-C port, charging indicator and a 3.5mm headphone jack. On the other side is a second USB-C port.  When the device is open, the lower half of the Pixelbook Go, including the keyboard and trackpad, has a stronger pink color, while the upper half has a 13.3-inch screen and a fairly prominent black one Lunette are located.
In terms of specifications, 9to5Google has not found anything new since the last look at the internals of the upcoming Chromebook. Expect a range of configurations with Intel Core m3, i5, or i7 processors , 8GB or 16GB RAM, Full HD or 4K touch displays and 64GB, 128GB or 256GB front memory speakers, a 2MP front camera (1080p @ 60fps), the Titan C chipset, the above two USB -C connectors and the headphone jack are available in the "Just Black" and "Not Pink" configurations.  It's worth noting that the device that got into 9to5Google's hands is a prototype, recognizable by the placeholder logo at the point where we would expect the Google-G. Therefore, the above details may change technically, although we do not expect them to make it significant.
Ther Currently it is not known when the Pixelbook Go will be available and in which regions it will be available. However, we will most likely find out more at the upcoming Google event on October 15, where the company is expected to release its Pixel 4 and 4 handsets Pixel 4 XL.