Chrome OS isn’t the perfect operating system and there are “better” Chromebooks out there with newer and faster specs, but I have always liked the direction Google has taken when it comes to the hardware. Who is it designed for? There’s a ge… It’s the first Google-branded Chromebook that I’m not going to buy. I think all this has changed now that I’ve seen more than I needed to see of the Pixelbook Go. It has a few things that users of the original Pixelbook may find to be worthwhile additions. I want my laptop to be thin, light, and powerful while lasting more than a few hours unplugged. I used my original Chromebook Pixel until the wheels fell off and the battery would no longer charge, and unless I’m parked at my desk, I use the current Pixelbook for work and play anytime I need a computer. I’m a big fan of Google’s pricey line of Chromebooks. It’s missing some of the best features of the original Pixelbook and the Pixel Slate and it’s the first Pixelbook I really don’t want.