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 Chromebook Pixel LTE Coming With Verizon On April 8
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Message Text: Google's premium notebook will officially go on sale in the US next month tied to Verizon's LTE network.

Chromebook Pixel, which runs Google's own Chrome OS and, is boasting the highest resolution screen of any 12-inch portable computer currently available (12.85" 2560x1700 with 239 pixels per inch)

As well as LTE mobile internet, the Chromebook Pixel offers wifi connection, a full touch screen, 4GB of RAM and a 64GB solid state hard disk. Users have access to web-based applications Google offers within Google Drive plus 100GB of free cloud-based storage. The notebook is not backward compatible with the more common 3G standard.

However, it costs $1449 plus sales tax according to the Google Play site.

In comparison, Apple's Mac book Air notebooks -- which have a full operating system more powerful chipsets, a larger hard drive -- start at $999 for the 11-inch model while MacBook Pro laptops start at $1199 for a 13-inch model complete with a 500GB hard disk and an optical drive.
 
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