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Chromebook Pixel

12-inch MacBook vs. 2015 Chromebook Pixel

Google already has a response to Apple’s gorgeous new Retina MacBook

March 12th, 2015

Google on Wednesday unveiled a brand new laptop of its own, an amazing piece of machinery that still isn’t necessarily a must-have for laptop buyers despite its allure. What’s interesting about the device is that it shares one common feature with the brand new MacBook, though Google has found its own way of implementing the new …

Chromebook Pixel 2 Specs Price

Google still thinks you’ll actually pay $1,000 for a Chromebook

March 11th, 2015

I’ve always thought Chromebooks were a terrific low-cost laptop alternative for anyone who has light web browsing needs and who is comfortable keeping many of their important files stored in the cloud. However, I have never for the life of me understood why Google thought anyone would spend $1,000 or more on a luxury Chromebook.

LTE Chromebook Pixel Release Date

Google to begin shipping LTE-equipped Chromebook Pixel in early April

March 25th, 2013

The LTE version of Google’s (GOOG) touch-enabled Chromebook Pixel computer has been unavailable since it was announced in February. An update to Google Play on Monday, however, revealed that the $1,449 Chrome OS-powered computer will ship out to customers by April 8th. The LTE model is compatible with Verizon’s (VZ) high-speed network and includes a …

Google Chromebook Pixel Criticism

Sorry, but there’s no defense for the Chromebook Pixel

February 22nd, 2013

I had originally decided not to write about how ridiculous Google’s (GOOG) Chromebook Pixel pricing was on Thursday because I figured it was so self-evident that I’d just be repeating what everyone else was already saying. But today I’ve found two contrarian pieces, one from Quartz and one from ZDNet, that make the case that …

Google Chromebook Pixel Release Date

Google unveils $1,300 touch-enabled Chromebook Pixel [video]

February 21st, 2013

Like Microsoft (MSFT), Google (GOOG) is in a period of transition. Both companies cut their teeth in software and grew to lead their respective industries, but then they came to a realization: unless a company controls all aspects of the user experience — software and hardware — a product will never take shape in the …