Google has listed all three versions and the refurbished model of its Pixelbook as being “out of stock,” — wording that’s usually a precursor for.
Google said it’s proud of the Pixelbook’s success, and added the devices will continue receiving the latest auto-updated versions of Chrome OS. Google is also now directing buyers to theinstead.
“While Pixelbook is out of stock on the Google Store, Pixelbook Go, which delivers similar high-performance elements in a familiar form factor, is available starting at $649,” a Google spokesperson said in an emailed statement.
Thewas unveiled at the end of last year, but it isn’t a convertible tablet-hybrid or a snap-on-keyboard solution — it’s just a laptop. It comes with a 13.3-inch screen and starts at $649.
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