Google today announced the Chromebook Pixel featuring Gorilla Glass, 12.85-inch display, 2560 x 1700 screen, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, 32GB solid state drive and 1TB of Google Drive cloud storage, all at a cost of $1,299. Google’s SVP of Chrome and Apps Sundar Pinchai said that the company being working on the project for the past year.
The Chromebook Pixel is available starting today for purchase from the Google Play store. One can connect the gadget to the Internet through Verizon faster as it uses LTE technology (which comes as an optional). While if you want to go with LTE-equipped model, the price will come at $1,499 while the shipping will begin the first week of April.