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Super Google Chromebook Pixel (WIFI) Touch Screen 12.85" 2560x1700 3:2 LCD i5-3427U 4GB DDR3 32GB SSD 3.4lbs Ultraportable(US Version)

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  • Processor: 1.8 GHz
  • Number of Processors: 2
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • RAM Type: DDR3 SDRAM
  • Hard Drive: 1 TB
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The sleek, precision-engineered Chromebook Pixel showcases a screen with a 3:2 photographic format designed for Web and multitouch capabilities, so you can put all 4.3 million pixels to good use. And because it's a Chromebook, it boots in seconds and stays fast, and requires almost zero setup and maintenance.Product Features 3rd Gen Intel? Core? i5-3427U processor Features dual-core processing and a 1.8GHz processor speed. 4GB DDR3 memory For multitasking power. Note: Optical drive not included 12.85" high-definition multitouch display With Gorilla Glass and 2560 x 1700 resolution to showcase text, apps and videos in crisp detail and vivid colors. 32GB solid state drive* Offers fast read/write times. Comes with 1TB of Google Drive cloud storage for 3 years.** Intel? HD Graphics 4000 Features dedicated video memory for lifelike detail. Built-in high-definition webcam Along with a built-in microphone array makes it easy to video chat with family and friends in 2560 x 1700 resolution. 2-in-1 media reader Supports Secure Digital and MultiMediaCard formats. 2 high-speed USB 2.0 ports For fast digital data transfer and easy peripheral connectivity. Built-in high-speed dual-band wireless LAN (802.11a/b/g/n 2x2) Connects to the Internet without wires. Bluetooth 3.0 interface Easily links with a Bluetooth-enabled keyboard or mouse (not compatible with other Bluetooth-enabled devices). Weighs only 3.4 lbs. and measures just 0.6" thin For lightweight portability. Industrial design machined from anodized aluminum. A backlit, Chrome OS keyboard with function keys offers easy typing and one-touch control of the Chromebook. Google Chrome operating system preinstalled Provides a stable platform for Web navigation, online gaming, media storage and more.

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Technical Details

Part Number CB001
Item Weight 3.4 pounds
Product Dimensions 11.8 x 8.8 x 0.6 inches
Item model number CB001
Size US Version
Style US Version
Item Package Quantity 1
Usage gaming
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No

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4.2 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #14,894 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#973 in Computers & Accessories > Desktops > Towers
Shipping Weight 9.3 pounds
Date First Available March 2, 2013

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I bought my Chromebook Pixel direct from Google, fully expecting to return it within the 15-day return period once I had taken it for a spin. But, you know what? It was so good... I kept it! Despite the hefty price tag.

Having used other Chromebooks such as the "cheep and cheerful" Samsung Chromebook (Wi-Fi, 11.6-Inch), and being more concerned with their function rather than their form, I surprised myself by falling in love with the potentially gimmicky and indulgent features that set the Chromebook Pixel apart from other Chromebooks:

1. The display really is awesome, even when simply browsing the web and noticing the sheer sharpness of the on-screen characters.

2. The sound is really awesome, nice and loud despite the fact that you can't see the speakers (which are hidden under the keyboard).

3. The touch screen is surprisingly useful for scrolling up and down through web pages and documents, and I seem to be able to hit the right buttons on screen with less hit-and-miss than I have experienced (for example) when operating the Microsoft Surface (32GB) web browser in desktop mode.

4. I love the solid feel and square simplicity of the aluminium casing on the Chromebook Pixel.

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OK, let's be clear. The Pixel is something special. It is a work of art, an engineering triumph, and a game changer. You really have to experience it to fully understand it. I have been using Chromebooks for a couple of years, the first Acer model, then the Samsung 5 550 model. Both decent for what they cost, but with limitations as far as quality and performance. Samsung performed better, Acer actually had the nicer display. So I use them and I understand ChromeOS and the experience it delivers. I also understand the virtues it brings and the trade-offs you make in exchange. I have some excellent Windows Notebooks accumulated over the years, a tablet and other similar devices. So I know the gear, the OS, and what to expect.

I read probably every review of the Google Pixel online and all the comments. Thankfully, there were some good reviews in all the chaff. really have to see, touch, and use the Pixel to know. That said, I ordered mine sight unseen...a man of faith. ;)

I have always felt the physical limits of the low cost devices were a mixed blessing. Yes, cheap is good and has it's attractions. But if you spend untold hours online as I do, you begin to long for a nice keyboard and, especially, a nice display for tired eyes. Also, as someone who enjoys art, photography and videography as hobbies, a good display is something I require. I appreciate the value of having a good one and am willing to pay for it. Life is too short to endure the crappy displays so prevalent these last many years. Thankfully, that's now changing. me, the Google Pixel, while expensive, was something of which I could understand the value proposition on offer. The minute I got mine, I knew.
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I bought this straight from the Google Play store, but Amazon's price is competitive. No matter where you get yours from, I think that you are really going to like it.

Speed. This machine, with its i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and 32GB SSD is every bit as fast as my Quad Core i7 windows machine that has twice as much RAM and also has a SSD. As long as you are on a good network connection, everything you do on this machine is pretty much instantaneous.

Build quality. Apple has nothing on this machine in terms of build quality. It is solid. In terms of build quality and materials, it is equal to a MacBook Pro and better than my HP Elitebook. Solid quality.

Screen. The screen is the main reason I bought this machine, and I wasn't disappointed when it arrived. The resolution is awesome for someone who likes to fit a lot of data on the screen at a time (in spreadsheets) or just someone who likes crisp beautiful graphics. I love the aspect ratio, resolution, and touch interface.

Touch. Speaking of the touch screen, I don't use it that much. It works great, and I love having the option of reaching up and touching the screen to do things.

Keyboard. The keyboard on this machine has a great feel. I love typing on it.

Storage. Having only 32GB of onboard storage scares me. I would never replace my primary computer with something so `cloud based'. That said, this is not my primary computer. Therefore, not having the space onboard to store all my stuff isn't a big deal, and is actually in line with the way that I work.

OS. I still prefer Windows 7 for my primary computer, but for an ancillary machine like this, Chrome is fine. It works great.
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