Feb 21, 2013
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Google announces Chromebook Pixel: a premium Chrome OS laptop shipping next week for $1,299

When Google unveiled the very first Chrome OS laptop, the vision was clear: Eric Schmidt told us that Chromebooks would be cheap, disposable products that you could easily replace at will. Today, however, the company’s taking a different tack. This is the Chromebook Pixel, the first Chromebook designed by Google itself, and it’s unmistakably a premium product. It also just so happens to aiming directly at Apple’s MacBook Pro with Retina Display.

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    If only the price was right…
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    Very interesting. Certainly not the computer for everyone, but interesting nonetheless.
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    It is good, although the Google Drive subscription it includes should be for ever, because I’m not going to sabe all my...
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