in this post, however for those who missed that -- the price is $1,299 for the Wi-Fi only model and $1,499 for a model equipped with LTE. The LTE model also has double the storage as compared to the Wi-Fi only model, but that is beside the point. The point here is that these are some expensive Chromebooks.
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unveiled their brand new Chromebook Pixel. The rumors and leaks from earlier this month turned out to be accurate, and the Mountain View company has just detailed and launched the next evolution in Chromebooks. The Pixel certainly comes at a price, but has tons of amazing features you won't want to miss. Read on for more details.
Google is said to be working on a touchscreen version of the Chromebook. Some of the finer points such as possible manufacturers remain a mystery, however according to a recent Wall Street Journal report, Google "has developed the first touchscreen laptops" powered by Chrome. Judging from the wording in that statement, it would appear as if these are already being tested.
Chrome OS powering a new wave of ultra-portable laptops. The Chromebook is still in its infancy and the past few days we've seen reports that Google may in fact be working on their very own Chromebook. Now it looks like it could be powered by the new NVIDIA Tegra 4, and even have some Android included.
Samsung Series 5 Chromebook. One that means very low prices for those in the classroom.
Acer and Samsung on the market, but it may not be long before Google decides to release a Chromebook of its own. That's what the latest rumor from DigiTimes is telling us anyway, claiming that a Google-branded Chromebook will hit shelves at some point next year. One of the big selling points of this Chromebook will be a touchscreen display, which makes our ears perk up immediately.
Tech Radar, Googler Linus Upson put rumors of Chrome OS tablet - and full integration between Chrome OS and Android - well and truly to rest. The teams working on Chrome and Android are to remain separate, with the obvious exception of Chrome for Android.
Chrome OS (the x86 self-contained Linux OS based on the desktop Chrome browser) is looking like the red-headed stepchild of the Google family. But it's finally getting some long-overdue love with the unveiling of a new "Aura" window manager and user interface. Those of you who use a certain Redmond product may notice a few... fleeting similarities.
early stages of development at Google, with the updated user interface already completed. With Android's tablet push in full swing, a more capable native browser app could be a major boon for the platform.