Google Pixelbook Price List September, 2021 & Specs in Philippines

Google’s Pixelbook is a Chrome OS laptop that is powered by Intel HD Graphics 615 graphics card. The Google laptop features an SSD and 10h of battery life, while its body is made of Aluminium. Weighing only 1kg, the Google laptop comes with 1 Year warranty. Scroll down below to compare the price of this Google laptop and check out its specs!
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Google’s Pixelbook is a Chrome OS laptop that is powered by Intel HD Graphics 615 graphics card. The Google laptop features an SSD and 10h of battery life, while its body is made of Aluminium. Weighing only 1kg, the Google laptop comes with 1 Year warranty. Scroll down below to compare the price of this Google laptop and check out its specs!
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Cheapest Google Pixelbook Price in Philippines is ₱ 68,399.00

The Google Pixelbook is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Google Pixelbook price in Philippines is ₱ 68,399.00 from Galleon. Google Pixelbook price details are updated September 2021.

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Price List by Country for Google Pixelbook

Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 11.814.959 ₱ 41,415.00
Malaysia MYR 3,599.00 ₱ 43,241.00
Philippines PHP 68,399.00 ₱ 68,399.00
Thailand THB 41,900 ₱ 63,182.00
Vietnam VND 25.885.782 ₱ 56,771.00

Google Pixelbook Specs

Screen Size 12.3"
Screen Resolution 2400 x 1600pixels
Screen Technology LCD
OS Chrome OS
CPU Speed 3.3GHz
CPU Intel Core i5
Battery Life 10h
Backlit Keyboard Yes
Touch Screen Yes
Fingerprint Reader No
Weight 1kg
Body Material Aluminium
Storage Type SSD
Storage 512GB
Graphic Card Intel HD Graphics 615
Connector Ports
USB 3.0 No
USB Type-C No
Headphone Jack Yes
Thunderbolt No
Card Reader No
DisplayPort No
Webcam Resolution HD
RAM Speed 1866MHz
Colours Silver
Packaging Data
Warranty 1 Year
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Retail Price Discontinued

Reviews of Google Pixelbook
Reviewed on 2019-03-20
Chromebooks have come a long way in the last couple of years. Running Google's Chrome OS, which is based on the Linux kernel and Chrome browser, the first devices were launched in 2011, with third-party PC manufacturers following specifications outlined b...
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Reviewed on 2019-03-01
The laptop world is a-changing. New CPUs and GPUs—yes, mobile discrete GPUs—are creating a new generation of laptops that are thinner, lighter, and faster than ever, even gaming laptops. We have lots of news from CES to share, as well as first looks and t...
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Reviewed on 2018-09-24
I'm just going to be completely candid here, I have always been adamantly team Mac. When I attended design school, you weren't even allowed to show up without one. I never thought another laptop could come close to remotely competing with my love of MacBo...
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Reviewed on 2018-09-21
Google is scheduled to announce the new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL next month at their hardware event. Along with Pixel phones, Google is also rumoured to announce the refreshed Pixelbook.Google launched Pixelbook lineup to take on Microsoft Surface and provi...
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Reviewed on 2018-07-31
Pitched as the high-performance Chromebook, the Google Pixelbook is Google's way to take leadership for how Chromebooks should be built and even thought about. By having a custom design that embodies the chest of its Chrome OS platform, it can inspire the...
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Reviewed on 2018-07-20
The laptop world is a-changing. New CPUs and GPUs—yes, mobile discrete GPUs—are bringing forth laptops that are thinner, lighter, and faster than ever, even gaming laptops...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-09
Fast and powerful, Touchscreen and optional stylus, thin and light, lots of onboard storage,
Few product prefixes create more buzz nowadays than Pixel, and the Google Pixelbook largely lives up to the hype. It is both the most powerful and one of the most portable Chromebooks we tested. It backs that up with a near flawless touchscreen, an option...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-02
Google PixelbookHand on heart, this is the best Chromebook to date that Joe Osborne has ever used – or indeed paid for.The quality backlit keyboard reinforces the premium look and feel of the Pixelbook.The Google Pixelbook is the best Chromebook...
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Reviewed on 2018-01-17
Google has form for launching flagship Chromebooks, having released two Chromebook Pixels in 2013 and 2015, and in 2017 it repeated the trick with the all-new Pixelbook. The same question remains as it did with Google's previous premium Chrome OS laptop...
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Reviewed on 2017-12-08
As we continue down the line of our Google hardware device for 2017, next stop we're talking about their newest laptop: the Pixelbook. So instead of the standard high-end Chromebook like the previous 2 Chromebook Pixels, they're adding new features like i...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-29
The Good Housekeeping Institute evaluated 25 laptops to find the best for everyone from the well-traveled to the high schooler. Laptops were scored based on a number of performance benchmarks, alongside screen and audio quality, general ease of use, and t...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-10
excellent workmanship; unique design, rigid chassis and lid; no creaking, fan-less ULV Core ix processor, very lightweight and compact, firm hinges with no teetering, support for Play Store apps, strong tactile key feedback, full frame 3:2 aspect ratio,...
colors and grayscale are inferior to MacBook Pro, Surface Laptop, strange power consumption behavior; intermittent WLAN issues, Play Store fullscreen mode not yet perfect, loud keyboard clatter and clickpad, no USB Type-A or SD card reader, no adapters i...
The Chromebook poster child. The most expensive Chromebook available is unsurprisingly also the fastest and most versatile. Just be prepared to bring all your USB Type-C adapters along for the trip...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-10
Beautiful design, Keyboard is excellent, Performance is top of its class, Chrome OS is a legitimate alternative to Windows and macOS, Fast-charging is transformative
Chromebook apps still can't quite match rival platforms, It's an expensive notebook, Just two USB-C ports, Pixelbook Pen is sold separately and has no clip or silo
With the Google Pixelbook, you could say the Chromebook market has come full circle. Almost five years ago, Google's Chromebook Pixel forced us to consider whether $1,299 was ridiculous or reasonable for a pared-back notebook that ran web apps. Today, wit...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-30
It's been four years since Google released the last premium Chromebook, the Chromebook Pixel, and now it's ticking the standard for Chromebooks up once again. Starting at $999 for the base model, Google is selling the Pixelbook at a premium price, and it'...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-27
It was easy to discount the Chromebook early on. The earliest models weren't particularly capable, with limited functionality, an anemic app selection and a reliance on a constant internet connection. But the products were a surprise hit in schools, now c...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-26
Light, thin, attractive hardware, Great keyboard and trackpad, As versatile a laptop as you'll find,
Android apps are not good on Chromebooks, Not good at all, Not even a little bit,
I believe in Chromebooks. Windows and MacOS come with three decades of cruft, old ideas about how things work that don't mesh with a new generation that sends more snaps than emails and doesn't know what that weird rectangle on the Save icon even is. (It...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-26
The Google Pixelbook has a sleek convertible design. Its sharp touchscreen is bright and colorful. Performance is fast, lag-free and smooth. The dedicated Google Assistant button is useful
It's expensive. The stylus is sold separately. It has the same built-in limitations as other Chrome OS systems
Chromebooks have a reputation for being cheap -- both in cost and construction. However, a handful of premium models have always challenged that preconception, from Samsung's Chromebook Pro ($499.00 at and HP's Chromebook 13, to Google's own C...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-26
Excellent hardware design and display, Comfortable and quiet keyboard, Outstanding performance, Google Assistant is surprisingly useful on a laptop, The combo of Chrome and Android apps make this the most capable Chromebook yet
Expensive, Mediocre battery life, Not all Android apps are well-suited to a larger screen, Pixelbook Pen feels very laggy compared to the competition
When we reviewed Google's Chromebook Pixel in 2013, we said it was a gorgeous, well-built computer that almost no one should buy. That's also how we felt about the follow up in 2015. See, Chrome OS has been considered fine for a cheap second computer, b...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-26
Exquisite thin design, Brilliant display, Speedy performance
Expensive, Mediocre battery life
Is $999 too much for a laptop that runs only Chrome OS and Android? The Pixelbook (starting at $999; tested at $1,199) puts that question to the test with its beautiful looks, solid speed and bright, vivid screen. But while it packs impressive fast-chargi...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-26
Chrome OS has come a long way from its start as an operating system that could only run Google's browser and a set of applications built to run inside a limited environment. The Pixelbook is the company's latest push to make the OS attractive to a wider a...
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