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Chrome Displays Google Portables Hardware Technology

Why Google Needs To Launch the Chromebook Pixel 133

Posted by timothy
from the the-extra-k-makes-4k-acceptable dept.
DavidGilbert99 writes "A leaked video of the purported Google Chromebook Pixel laptop has stirred quite a lot of interest but whether or not the laptop in the video is real, Google needs to launch it in order to kickstart the Chrome OS platform." A high-res screen would be welcome, but Google seems to be doing alright with Chromebook sales right now. Warning: IB Times has ads with autoplaying videos and sound; you have been warned.
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Why Google Needs To Launch the Chromebook Pixel

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  • by Anonymous Coward on Thursday February 07, 2013 @11:22AM (#42820255)

    Except that Chrome OS has been the top selling laptop on Amazon for many months now.

  • by Anonymous Coward on Thursday February 07, 2013 @11:38AM (#42820403)

    I have a Chromebook and it's really great! My girlfriend also has one, and I use ssh to log into my servers and do work, and she uses online applications like and the browser-versions of Geogebra to write worksheets for her math students.

    More and more of our work can be done just as easily in a browser as not, and less and less requires a desktop or a "fully-functional" laptop. Really the only thing I have a desktop for is games and running resource-intensive programs.

  • Re:What? (Score:1, Informative)

    by Anonymous Coward on Thursday February 07, 2013 @11:58AM (#42820627)
    Best buy is on the verge of bankruptcy. They're no more relevant than a Microsoft Store.
  • Re:Why? (Score:5, Informative)

    by h4rr4r (612664) on Thursday February 07, 2013 @12:52PM (#42821185)

    The Acer C7 Chromebook does. RAM and HD can be changed.

    The Nexus 7 can load whatever OS you like, same thing with a the Chromebook. You can download the files and flash them all you like or use USB OTG if you must have external storage.

    You are either Trolling or extremely ignorant.

You can be replaced by this computer.