Google Pixelbook and Pixelpen Review

Here’s all you need to know about the Google Pixelbook and Pixelpen. Forget the geek reviews and get a real mom’s opinion. Sharon Vinderine is the founder of Parent Tested Parent Approved – PTPA. She tests products on a daily basis. It’s all about making life simpler for Moms. Sharon tests both the Google Pixelbook and Google Pixelpen, and shares her unique point-of-view. This mom-tester is the one to watch if you want to know about both usablility and tech features.

Google PixelBook Highlights:

  1. Use it as a laptop, or watch your favorite shows. Fold it into a tablet, or stand it up. Pixelbook’s unibody is 10.3 mm thin, and ready to go with an all-day battery.
  2. Say “Ok Google”. Ask questions, control your music or videos and more, all with a simple voice command.
  3. Apps built in for work, play and everything else.
  4. Speed, simplicity, and safety, built in. Pixelbook is easy to use, always has the latest security and features with software that updates automatically, and keeps going with a long-life battery, so you can do more of what matters most.
  5. Designed to do everything you want to do.
    – Solid state drive (128GB, 256GB, or 512GB NVMe)
    – A 7th Gen Intel® Core™ processor
    – All‑day battery1 – 8GB or 16GB RAM
    – Charge for 15 minutes to get up to 2 hours of use

Be sure to read Sharon’s latest article on the Google Pixel XL2.

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