Feb 22

Google has just announced the Chromebook Pixel, Chrome OS-based notebook with touchscreen to give “people the best web experience”. The 12.85-inch touch display has the highest pixel density (239 pixels per inch) of any laptop screen on the market today, Packing a total of 4.3 million pixels. It got 32 or 64GB SSD storage, dual core 1.8GHz Intel i5 processor, two USB 2.0 ports, a Mini Display Port connector, SD-card reader and more.

The Chromebook Pixel runs on Google’s web-only Chrome OS and comes with 1TB of Google Drive cloud storage for three years, and 12 free sessions of GoGo inflight Wi-Fi.

Unfortunately it doesn’t come cheap, there is a $1,300 model that includes 32GB of SSD storage and Wi-Fi connectivity, and a $1,450 option with built-in LTE and a 64GB SSD. You can order the Wi-Fi only model today here while the LTE model is expected in 6-7 weeks.

Via [MacRumors]

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