A mere two days after Apple’s grandiose spring conference – in which CEO Tim Cook unveiled its ‘industry-changing’ MacBook – tech behemoth Google has unveiled its own take on the laptop by revisiting its Chromebook Pixel. The 2015 edition is a complete revamp of 2013’s outing: considerately constructed, more powerful and, best of all, widely accessible. Google has expanded its Play platform to not only vend apps, but also its in-house devices, meaning everyone connected online will have access to this new release. The Chromebook Pixel itself features an illustrious 239ppi touchscreen display, which works in conjunction with the keyboard; a battery charged by the newly-unveiled USB C (which unifies connectivity across laptops, phones, tablets and other devices); a powerful Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB of RAM; and of course, native access to Google’s essential apps. Pick up the Chromebook Pixel for $999 now, or consider the Chromebook Pixel LS (Ludicrous Speed) with a super-fast Intel Core i7 processor for $1299.
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