Google has a big event next week and one of the few potential surprises leaked into oblivion.
He managed to put in his hands a prototype model of the new Google laptop, which is supposedly called Pixelbook Go. This happened only weeks after 9to5Google reported the existence of the new Google Chromebook, including its specifications.
You are working on a 13.3-inch laptop with a wide range of technical configurations. But Friday's leak was much more juicy because 9to5Google got many excellent photos and videos of the machine in action.
In more than one form factor MacBook. There is a USB-C port on each side, and one side also houses a 3.5mm headphone jack and an LED. It also has a keyboard that looks very similar to the one we love in Pixelbook of 2017, which would give it a great advantage over any recent MacBook.
The most distinctive is the ribbed bottom side, similar to a washboard. 9to5Google said this felt good to the touch, but we can't verify it until we have it ourselves.
You will have several different specifications available at different prices that we don't know yet. The lower version will have an Intel Core m3 processor with 8 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, while the best model will connect those statistics to Intel Core i7, 16 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage.
Oh, and you can get one with a 4K screen.
We are pretty sure that all this will be officially announced at the Made by Google event on Tuesday, where we also expect to see new Pixel phones and new Nest devices. Once there are things like prices and availability, we will let you know.