Agencia EFEFebruary 26, 2013 11:21
Washington, Feb 22 (EFE).- Internet giant Google rolled out its latest laptop computer, Chromebook Pixel, which features a 12-inch touchscreen and what the company says is the highest-resolution screen of any laptop.
Like all Google hardware, the Pixel runs the Chrome operating system.
With a starting price of $1,300, the new machine will compete with Apple's MacBook Air.
The Chromebook Pixel offers twice the number of pixels as the screen on a standard HD television and is relies on the remote-storage capabilities of Google's cloud.