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Google reveals its first touchscreen laptop

By TheStudentGuide
Google reveals its first touchscreen laptop

The Chromebook Pixel will run on Google Chrome and store files in its ‘cloud.’

Largely built by Google (using parts manufactured globally), the Chromebook Pixel has Intel's Ivy Bridge processors, fast 4G LTE connectivity and a high-resolution screen.

Unlike PCs and laptops which use Microsoft’s Office software, the Chromebook will run its applications through the firm's web browser and store files in its ‘cloud’.

The company claims that its high-resolution screen has the highest pixel density of any on the market today.

Visit the website to find out more.

The Pixel Chromebook is available to buy from today via Google Play and retails at £1,049. Buy it now.

Tagged: touchscreen, technology, laptop, google, gadgets, chrome

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