One step ahead, Google enter into the laptop business against Apple and Microsoft, has introduced a new and more expensive Touch version of Chromebook sparking the software market.
With a new version of Chromebook Pixel, Google is overwhelming customers, offering full touch experience to store everything online without desktop software.
Chromebook Pixel, Google’s own manufacture touch screen has exclusive design features 13-inch display, responds on touch.
Pixel which built for “power users” is the future: high-resolution screens and touch, based on its Chrome operating system, lets users to easily connect to the Web and share photos and videos with a click.
A part of price, Google’s Pixel will cost $1,299 for a Wi-Fi only model with 32 GB flash storage, while 64GB version holds both Wi-Fi and a 4G LTE cellular network will cost $1,499.
Interestingly, to take a hands-on experience with the Pixels, users can make it possible as Google is offering it which starts from Friday in 10 of Best Buy’s retail stores in California, Minnesota, Washington State, Virginia and New York, sources said.
High resolution Touch device, Pixel has come with 1 terabytes of free online storage for three years to overcome the laptop’s lack of a hard drive, while LTE-enabled Chromebooks come with 100 megabytes of free data traffic each month for two years.