07/08/2013, Google Chromebook Pixel Review: with high price come high expectations. Will the Pixel deliver? We answer that question in this complete article.
06/25/2013, Google released its Google+ Photos app for Chromebook Pixel which automatically uploads photos.
04/11/2013, Google has issued an official confirmation that their long awaited Chromebook Pixel LTE has started to ship, which means those who placed an order from Google Play ought to be able to receive it from as early as April 12th onwards. The Chromebook Pixel LTE was unveiled to come with a 12.85” touchscreen display at a whopping resolution count of 2,560 × 1,700 pixels earlier this February, where it will […]
03/26/2013, Google announced its Chromebook Pixel high-end laptop last month which features a screen that’s capable of producing a high-DPI of 239 dots per inch, which is slightly higher than Apple’s MacBook Pro Retina’s display. Because of this, Apple has quietly removed the “highest-resolution notebook ever” tagline from its MacBook Pro Retina display listing on their website. The Chromebook Pixel has a 2560 x 1700 resolution, while the MacBook Pro with Retina display […]
03/25/2013, Last month Google announced its new high-end computer called Chromebook Pixel. These products are essentially built for “cloud” users, basically those who mostly use services and applicated based on the cloud. The laptop has been built in collaboration with Samsung. While previous Chromebook products were moderately priced and were deemed affordable, the Pixel is in an entirely different league of its own. Its not just a conventional laptop, it also has […]
02/22/2013, The Chromebook Pixel from Google is a thing of beauty, although whether it is relevant to the market or not is another question altogether. One thing we do know is this – someone on the Chromebook Pixel team must have been a real videogame fan, having thrown in an Easter egg that will actually activate a cool light show for those who are in the know. Basically, the Konami code, […]
02/21/2013, Google just announced its new high-end computer called Chromebook Pixel, which is aimed at “everyone” (including the “enthusiast” market), and we got a chance to check it out this morning. If you are unfamiliar with Google’s Chromebook products, they are computers built for “cloud” users who rely mainly on web-based applications and services. It has had some real retail success (Amazon) and has gained some traction in the education space […]
02/06/2013, Google’s Chromebooks have been slowly increasing in popularity over the years as a number of big name companies are announcing their own Chromebook on a semi-regular basis as well as schools adopting them more and more. But if what is being featured in the following video turns out to be true, it could mean a much more sophisticated Chromebook may be on the way.