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Chromebook PixelA premium Chromebook laptop computer from Google, introduced in February 2013 with features of the MacBook Air and high-end Ultrabooks. Built by Google's Motorola subsidiary, the Pixel features a high-res touchscreen and up to 64GB of solid state storage. Included are 1TB of free Google Drive cloud storage for three years and a free, two-year data plan with Verizon (LTE cellular model).
Unlike the first Chromebooks, which were priced as entry-level computers in the range of USD $199-250, the Pixel debuted at $1,299 for the Wi-Fi model and $1,449 for the LTE cellular model.
Introduced in 2017, the second-generation Pixel, dubbed the Pixelbook, is a convertible laptop with an SSD up to 512GB. The Pixelbook also fully supports Android apps, and Google Assistant is built in. See Chromebook and Pixel C.
|The Pixel Keyboard|
|The backlit keyboard is specialized for the Chrome browser. For example, the top row contains common browser functions (Back, Forward, Reload, etc.), and the Caps Lock key was replaced with a Search key. (Image courtesy of Google Inc.)|
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