Woot sells a bundle of refurbished Pixelbook Go laptops starting at $ 530 for the base model with an Intel Core m3 processor, 64GB of storage, and an FHD touchscreen (usually $ 650 new), going up to $ 790 for the Core i7 model with 256 GB of storage and 16 GB of RAM. These are backed by a 90 day warranty through Woot with the option available to extend coverage to one year with a SquareTrade Protection Plan. And while these aren’t retail units, the seller says they’ll receive software updates through Google through June 2026. Woot doesn’t make any claims about their physical condition, which he says. ‘it usually does for refurbished products.
When it comes to discounts, the prices are good, although that’s not the most interesting thing about these Chromebooks. The laptops that Woot (owned by Amazon) sells have been unplugged. As in, there are no logos or Google names on the device. Instead – this is where it gets good – it has “ProductName” printed above the keyboard where it usually says “Pixelbook Go”. And on the top of the cover, where it typically shows the Google “G,” it’s completely gone on those refurbished models, with a different symbol replacing it like what was in that Pixelbook Go leak before the release of the Pixelbook Go. laptop.
Google said The edge he didn’t provide those units, and he doesn’t know how Woot ended up with them, which I find quite amusing. I don’t know about you, but I never wanted more than today. It’s like having a laptop specially designed for a sitcom TV show, with all the brand names replaced with logos and unbeatable names.
If you’re as drawn to that refurbished, non-Google Pixelbook Go as I am, you can check out Woot’s offer today.