Google will never forget the fact that its foundation is based on experimentation. Taking this into consideration, Google has launched the Chromebook Pixel (64GB, LTE) to the world for both supporters and doubters. In general, the Chrombook Pixel is basically a stunning ultrabook with a brilliant display. Like all other kinds of ultrabooks, it performs perfectly when connected to the Internet as it avails of the substantial infrastructure which was built up by Google over the past 15 years; whereas to work without the Internet, the Chromebook Pixel seems like throwing itself into the shade. Chromebook is a radiant product in the long term category of what Google plans to flesh out in the following few years. In early 2013, the Chromebook Pixel could be a luxurious experiment that shows potential, but since it is the very first generation new fella in the market, it is definitely dependent on favorable objective factors.
SPEC DATA: Google Chromebook Pixel (64GB, LTE)
Chromebook comes with 3-year 1TB Google Drive subscription, LTE service (100MB/month), a brilliant display and a backlit keyboard. It boots and runs quickly, providing 12 free Gogo Internet passes with self-updating and cloud.
It only has a four-hour battery life. Some reverberations from keyboard and chassis are at high volume levels. The local storage is only 64GB of, even without USB 3.0 ports. Internet access is not ubiquitous and cheap (yet). Loud fan noise.
Google Chromebook Pixel (64GB, LTE) is a luxury and stunning ultrabook that has high demand on Internet access so as to work at its best. If you choose the expensive multi-GB Verizon 4G LTE data plan and have quick access to power, the Chromebook Pixel would be a good choice. However, there still are some first-generation problems to solve before the Chrome OS has its day.