Google’s Chromebook Pixel opens USB Type-C to Android, Chrome OS devices

12 Mar 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

First Look: Google’s Chromebook Pixel looks impressive, but don’t try it offline.

Charlotte, NC: There’s a lot to love about Google’s new high-end Chromebook Pixel laptop: a vivid, high-resolution touch screen, powerful speakers and next-generation USB ports meant to standardise power chargers.

Although the Pixel promises offline access to files stored on Google’s online Drive service, it was hit or miss with files that weren’t in Google’s own formats. And many are lighter than the Pixel’s 3.3 pounds.) The slower model I tested was speedy — more than adequate for Web surfing, text documents and even video. With Type-C, cords can be inserted in either direction, much like the iPhone’s Lightning connector, so you don’t have to figure out which side is up.

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