Not yet sold on Google’s Chromebook lineup? Let Pixel convince you. Featuring a 12.85″, 2560×1700 resolution display with a staggering 239 pixels per inch density – yes, topping Apple’s Retina MacBook Pro lineup – Pixel upgrades the Chrome OS experience with clean, crisp text and imagery. Better yet, the display is touch sensitive-enabled and protected behind a thin but strong Gorilla Glass layer, responding to gestures like pinch to zoom, swipe, and tap. Otherwise, Pixel feels high-end down to every last detail: its 0.64-inch thin casing is machined from aluminum, it features a backlit keyboard, glass touchpad, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, a 32GB SSD, a 1.8GHz dual-core Intel i5 processor, and optional built-in LTE.
Available in April. Find out more at Google – $1300