Chromebook Pixel comes with impressive specifications: it has a 12.85 inches wide touchscreen display protected by GorilaGlass and a resolution of 4.3 million pixels with a pixel density of 239 ppi, better than Apple’s MacBook Retina display. The Chromebook Pixel comes in two flavors, one featuring Wi-Fi only, the other with LTE capability, both are powered by the Intel’s I5 CPU and boast of 5 hours battery life. The laptop has QuickOffice integrated into the web browser and a SD card slot.
With a price tag of $1449 for the most expensive LTE version, the Chromebook Pixel is not everyone’s piece of pie, as Sundar Pichai, Senior Vice President of Chrome puts it, “This is for power users who live in the cloud, Touch is here to stay, and I’m pretty sure every laptop will have touch in the future”, notes Mashable.
The price tag is definitely on the higher side and considering that it is a Chromebook, chances are there will be limited takers. Let us know in the comments section if you would go for one.