Ever since its release a few years ago the Chrome OS created by Google has given consumers a lot to think about. There are several big companies including HP and Dell who have been developing special Chromebooks that support this particular OS. A different operating system is definitely welcome since there are drawbacks to those like Linux and Windows that users often complain about.
Google Pixel Chromebook Introduction:
Besides the plethora of amazing Chromebooks available in the market right now, Google released its own design, the Google Pixel Chromebook. This totally knocked out all the competition out there among Chromebooks by other companies. After all, Google designed the Chrome OS so it makes sense that their developers would be the best at understanding the nuances of developing hardware for it.
The Google Pixel Chromebook was a terrific release and was followed by the Google Pixel Chromebook 2 in 2015, which has been discontinued sadly. However, rumors are rife about a possible Google Pixel Chromebook 3 in 2017 so gear up for some interesting new features next year.
Google Pixel Chromebook Features:
If you wish to try out Google Pixel Chromebook 2 then you can surely check it out so that you have a better idea of what to expect from the third release in this series. Users have been blown away by the sheer power of the Google Pixel Chromebook 2 which powers up and shuts down in seconds. You can feel the power of its Intel Core i5 processor as apps, websites and programs instantly open up and run without glitches unless of course there is some incapability with Chrome OS. It offers two USB-C ports so you can easily charge your Chromebook while an external output device is attached.
Apart from that, there are two USB 3.0 ports, a slot for external memory SD card and a jack for your headphones. Since it possesses an 8GB RAM and works with Cloud storage you can imagine the possibilities. It has not been designed for being light and thin rather power to last through your work day. Still it weighs only 3.3 pounds so it’s not that heavy. It has a 12.9-inch screen with a 2560 x 1700 resolution. You can also check your battery by tapping the area around the multicolored LED strip.
The Google Pixel Chromebook 3 will definitely be worth the weight and price tag. Those who are fans of Chrome OS and desire high power will be delighted by it.
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