Google presented a new Chromebook with touchscreen capability. Well, it does look outstading: a 12.85-inch touch-sensitive Gorilla Glass screen with resolution of 4.3 million pixels. It will come in two versions: the basic model is Wi-Fi only; a more expensive one can connect to Verizon's superfast LTE network, although both versions have an Intel Core i5 processor.
Then Google promises a battery life of 5 hours. But not only that, the device has QuickOffice built into the browser and an SD card slot for automatic photo uploads to Google+.
However, the price is something to complain about: $1,299 for the Wi-Fi only version, $1,449 for the LTE model.
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