Updated 25 May, 2013, 6:56 pm IST
Video shows touchscreen Chromebook Pixel, supposedly developed by Google
| by Shunal Doke |
Chromebooks haven't been known for their extravagance and are known for their relatively low prices. However, we now have a video of a high-end, Google-designed Chromebook with a touchscreen. Dubbed the Chromebook Pixel, the laptop looks like it has a screen that’s better than most other Chromebooks.
The video doesn't offer much in the way of specifics, but it does mention that the display has 4 million pixels. According to TechCrunch, this could mean that the screen will have a resolution of 2560 x 1700 pixels. Take a look:
This video corroborates an earlier rumour about Google working on its own touchscreen Chromebook. Google was said to have assigned the manufacturing of its Chromebooks to China-based ODM, Compal.
Chromebooks run on Google's Chrome OS and are usually on the lower end of the specifications aspect. The Chromebook market has been more-or-less dominated by Samsung's offerings, with other OEMs seeing only moderate success. HP seems to be testing the waters of the Chromebook market and some details of the HP Pavilion 14 were revealed through a leak on its own website. This would be the first time that the company has made a computer running on Chrome OS, but it has priced it in the same range as some of its Windows laptops.
The Chromebook Pixel supposedly has a touchscreen
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