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The Chromebook Pixel has a super high-res display and a super-high price

Google unveils its first touchscreen laptop

Google has unveiled the new Chromebook Pixel, which carries an 2560 x 1700 high resolution display and is the first device from the vendor to feature touch capability.

According to T3, the 12,85-inch display actually carries a higher pixel density than any other laptop – including Apple’s retina displays – and is 25 per cent brighter than the competition too.

It also carries an Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of DDR3 RAM and 32 GB of SSD storage plus an additional terabyte of Google Cloud storage.

The device is priced at £1,049 and will be available in the UK from April 1st.

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