Taking the lead from the first generation Chromebook Pixel, Google’s latest laptop takes aim at Apple’s newly announced 12 inch Macbook Air. The touch sensitive display features a Gorilla Glass screen, and a rather incredible 4 million pixels. Visuals are much improved over previous versions thanks to the Intel HD 5500 chipset, this time with enough power to drive 4K resolutions on larger screens. Number crunching comes from the fifth generation Broadwell based Intel processors, whether you opt for the i5 running at 2.2Ghz or the i7 at 2.7Ghz there’s plenty of power offering everyday usability. Memory options are offered up at either 8GB or 16GB, along with 32GB/64GB of SSD storage. Power users will opt for maxed out options, whilst those just wishing to watch the odd YouTube video are more than catered for with base specs.
In our everywhere connected world, the Chromebook Pixel 2 offers power, portability and a gorgeous display.
The 12.85 inch touch screen display kicks out an awesome 2560 x 1700 at 239 PPI with visuals that’ll please users making the switch from Retina devices. USB typeC connectivity ensures future proofing and the inclusion of 2 ports will delight users with a desk of wired peripherals. Guaranteed to grace coffee shops near you soon, a truly lightweight and powerful device.Get it! | From $999
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