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Includes three years of free 1TB cloud storage.
Still questions regarding Chrome OS.
Requires you to be online to do most tasks.
Web apps can't yet compare to most Windows or Mac software, especially for media-centric activities like video.
By NotebookCheck on April 15, 2013
Google Chromebook Pixel The Pixel places itself in a unique position . On one hand, the overall quality of the hardware and construction, even down to the speakers, is one of the best in its size class . It's thin without being fragile, rigid...
By Android Police on March 25, 2013
Yeah, we know – it doesn't run Android, and really, it has nothing to do with Android. But it is a Google product, so by default it's at least tangentially related - call it Android's cousin. It's also Google's statement that...
By Macworld Australia on March 15, 2013
Google’s Chromebook Pixel is an idea. It describes Google’s vision of a high-end laptop for citizens of a future world, freed from the encumbrances of old-style computer operating systems, existing entirely on the web.The Chromebook Pixel is...
By Macworld on March 14, 2013
Google's Chromebook Pixel is an idea. It describes Google's vision of a high-end laptop for citizens of a future world, freed from the encumbrances of old-style computer operating systems, existing entirely on the Web. The Chromebook Pixel is...
By Android Central on March 11, 2013
The Pixel takes cloud computing to the next level but the price should make you think twice before buyingMeet the Pixel. It's beautiful, powerful, filled with the tools the next-generation of the web will need, but it "just" runs Chrome OS....
By 5FWD on March 08, 2013
Simply put, the Google Chromebook Pixel is a testament to what Google, a software company, can achieve when it tries its hand at hardware. It’s an attractive laptop with the best screen we’ve ever seen, plus super-fast innards. But...
By SlashGear on March 07, 2013
Unfortunately for Google the Chromebook Pixel is grounded by the OS, but make no mistake they’ve crafted one beautiful computer. We’ve always had a hard time recommending or giving a thumbs up overall to a Chromebook of any type, except for...
By Computer Shopper on March 07, 2013
Google's Chrome OS experiment strikes off in a bold new direction with a super-premium Chromebook featuring a better-than-Retina display. It's a pleasure to use, but only if you're 100 percent committed to the cloud....
By SlashGear on March 05, 2013
Does Google tempt the daring? For us the answer is sadly a clear as day no, but others might feel different. It saddens me to say it but this is a Ferrari with a 4-cylinder engine. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for cloud computing, Google, and the Chrome OS, but this is too much too soon.
By PC Mag on March 05, 2013
The Google Chromebook Pixel (64GB, LTE) is a luxury laptop that needs Internet access to work at its best. If you already use a pricey mutli-GB Verizon 4G LTE data plan and have ready access to power, the Chromebook Pixel makes sense. However, it's...
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