Google unveils Chromebook Pixel: specifications, price and release date
At long last it has been confirmed that the Chromebook Pixel is real, Google has just announced the Chromebook Pixel and it’s very expensive. It’s very high-end book that you can come up with, the design is a bit stylish too, the Chromebook Pixel deals with hidden vents and invisible screws. The Chrome operating system comes with built-in virus protection feature.
- 12.85-inch display
- 400 nit at 2560 x 1700 resolution that is 239 PPI
- Gorilla Glass multi-touch screen
- 32GB storage space
- Backlit Chrome keyboard
- HD Webcam
- 2 x USB 2.0 ports
- Mini display port
- 2-in-1 card reader (SD and MMC)
- Intel Core i5 Dual Core 1.8GHz chip
- Intel HD Graphics 4000
- 4GB of RAM (DDR3)
- 59 Wh battery
The Chromebook Pixel is very high-end touchscreen laptop but unfortunately lack a few features that you really need in daily routine life. In fact the Chrome OS is a still browser-based operating system, the touch screen laptop from Google packs high-end specs but are they helpful for apps such as Photoshop? Of course not, the Chromebook Pixel can’t run the Photoshop or even the hardcore gaming.
Hardware sounds high but Google should pay attention on operating system too, this the point that might grab more users as we’re not sure who can miss photoshop-like apps. However the Chromebook Pixel feature all apps that Google is offering at this time such as Gmail. The interface is pretty good, everything load fast and of course it should as Google is using the Intel® Core™ i5 Processor and a solid state Flash memory architecture to power up the Chromebook Pixel.
The Chromebook Pixel costs you $1300 for the Wi-Fi only model while Google is going to introduce LTE-enabled model too soon in April that will feature price tag of $1450, are you interested in deal? Share your thoughts in the below comment section.
Via: Google Play Store