All right, we have heard our fair share of rumors concerning the Chromebook from Google, and the most recent one would be a Chromebook Pixel promo video that touts a touchscreen with a whopping 2560 x 1700 resolution, and the folks over at the Wall Street Journal have reported that such a device, and even devices, are in the pipeline. This is not a surefire confirmation, but it is a step closer in the right direction for sure. Prior to a Google press event that is held tomorrow in San Francisco, the WSJ claimed that “the first touchscreen laptops powered by its Chrome operating system to be sold later this year”.
This is not the first time that mainstream media has revealed more information than it should before an official announcement, and we are quite sure that it will not be the last, either. In fact, as the event is being held at Obscura Digital, it could definitely prove to be a subtle method of letting the world know of a touchscreen Chromebook. Do you think a touchscreen Chromebook will be able to sell by the truckloads?
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