Though we now know the Pixel line to be Google’s high-end smartphones built by HTC, it started as a premium, in-house Chromebook. In fact, multiple Pixel products were built by Google, rather than a third-party like Nexus devices were.
Unfortunately, Google will not be building another ... Read More »
Black Friday may have come and gone in a flash, but there are still plenty of incredible deals to be had. Today, we’re highlighting Chromebook and Chromebase computers. If you’re looking to save the most money, Chromebooks are the way to go; but if you’re looking for a desktop PC experience, there are some decent ... Read More »
Google has just dropped a massive pair of announcements on us today, detailing the second generation Chromebook Pixel and a new online store where you can buy both it and other devices “made with Google”: the Google Store.
The second generation Chromebook Pixel is a stunner. While it does look very similar to the ... Read More »
Google‘s own Renee Niemi has confirmed that the company is currently working on a new Chromebook Pixel and that it will be coming soon. The original Chromebook Pixel served as a reference and concept device from Google, designed to show what could be done with Chrome OS and that ... Read More »
If you’ve been following the Chromebook news lately, you may have seen a thing or two about Verizon and Chromebook Pixel owners. What went down was that Chromebook Pixel owners who purchased the LTE model were promised 100MB of free Verizon data every month for 2 years. Well, about a year into things, some Pixel ... Read More »
When the Chromebook Pixel first launched, the only bad thing the tech press could come up with about the device was the cost. Despite its beautiful design and top of the line specs, $1,300 is simply way too much for the Pixel. We’ve been waiting for Google to deliver on the same fronts as the ... Read More »
This last year has been a wild ride for Google. Through 2012 and early 2013, we’ve been introduced to Google Glass, the Chromebook Pixel, the Nexus Q, Nexus 10, Nexus 7 and Nexus 4. All impressive devices on their own, but together, they form one of the best product portfolios any one company has ever ... Read More »
Google’s track record with selling hardware online isn’t great. Starting with the Nexus One, product launches have been met with everything from botched consumer support to sporadic supply. But that doesn’t mean Google is giving up. Google has gone on the record to make it clear that selling hardware on the Play Store is here ... Read More »
Google has just announced their first personal entry into the world of notebook computing with the Chrome OS powered Chromebook Pixel; A $1,300 13-inch Retina caliber touchscreen laptop with top of the line specs all around.
When the first several Chromebooks were launched, there was a sort of standard included that laid out what the ... Read More »