Google introduced their new laptop, the Chromebook Pixel. It uses the the same Chrome OS as their other laptops except it brings a new dimension, it has a touch screen. Speaking of the screen, it actually has a higher pixels per inch count that Apple Retina Display. It is very cleanly designed and intended to compete directly with the MacBook Air. The Wifi version is available for purchase now on the Google Play in the U.S. and U.K. and soon on Bestbuy.com and the LTE version will go on sale in April. The WiFi version will run you $1,299 and the LTE version will be $1,449.
It looks promising but I would like to get my hands on one, before I could give my opinion on it. Speaking of hands on, you can get your grubby little mitts on one at select Best Buy (U.S.) and Currys PC World (U.K.) store locations.
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