Google Chromebook Pixel 2015: Enhanced CPU, battery and USB-C port

Google Chromebook Pixel 2015: Enhanced CPU, battery and USB-C port

Google Pixel Chromebook 2015 is another entry in the category of slim and sleek gadgets. In the past few years Chromebooks sales have risen and this new Chromebook by Google has certain new features. Let’s have look at what’s there in Google Chromebook Pixel 2015.

The design has remained the same as the Google launched its earlier Chromebook in the year 2013. It has the sleek aluminium body and high-resolution display. It is slightly thinner and weigh less than the earlier Chromebook launched by the Google. The weight of this Chromebook is 3.3 pounds. The new Chromebook screen is 12.85-inch with a resolution of 2560 x 1700.

The major change in this Chromebook is CPU and this model has i5-5200 U, one of Intel’s Broadwell-U CPUs. The battery life is also enhanced with 12 hours according to Google.

There are two models available in Google Chromebook Pixel 2015: One is 2.2GHz Intel Core i5 processor which is priced at $999 and another one is LS (Ludicrous Speed) model with 2.4GHz Intel Core i7 processor priced at $1,299.

The 2.2 GHz Intel Core i5 Chromebook comes with 8GB RAM whereas 2.4 GHz Core i7 processor has 16 GB of RAM. Both the variants have Intel HD Graphics 5500. The consumers can select from 32 GB or 64 GB of flash storage. Both the collections are accompanied with backlit “Chrome Keyboard” and etched-glass trackpad. Like Apple’s MacBook this Google Chromebook Pixel 2015 has USB-C port that enables multi functions of charging the device and connecting with other devices.

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