Despite the fact that there was hardly a laptop to be seen at this year’s CES, it doesn’t change the fact that we still do most of our work on one and not on a tablet. For that, we thank Google for not giving up the ship. The Google Chromebook Pixel is Google’s “Hey, ditch Google Maps from iOS, will you?!” response to Apple we suppose. The clear contender to the MacBook empire comes with a 12.85″ display with the highest pixel density of any laptop resulting in a stunning picture. A stunning picture that happens to also be on a multi-touch screen. So you can swipe through and do your arranging without a mouse. You’ll also get a terabyte of Google Drive cloud storage (free for three years), a laptop with a sharp looking aluminum body, and an HD webcam and lifelike audio. We’ll admit that we’re pretty excited.
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