Review: Chromebook Pixel is too expensive (and too good) for Chrome OS

Posted by BernardSwiss on Mar 8, 2013 2:23 PM EDT
Ars Technica; By Andrew Cunningham
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Just one month ago, the Chromebook Pixel was little more than a poorly sourced rumor. (And personally, while I didn't quite dismiss it out of hand I came pretty close.) Google was releasing a high-end Chromebook with a touchscreen? And that touchscreen would boast a better pixel density than either of the Retina MacBook Pros? The rumor definitely didn’t fit in with the latest (and by all accounts, most successful) wave of Chromebooks, which have turned heads not least because they're cheaper than any Chromebooks have been so far. And yet, here we are: the Chromebook Pixel is real, it’s on my desk, and it starts at $1,299.

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Another perspective BernardSwiss 7 780 Mar 13, 2013 11:44 AM

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