As you may already know, the Chromebook Pixel is a high-end notebook powered by Google’s Chrome OS, which is Web-based, and features a high-resolution 12-inch screen in a lightweight and relatively slim metallic body. It’s a sight for sore eyes, though its features leave a lot to be desired. We’ve written plenty about it, but the fact remains, it’s an expensive laptop with a limited number of benefits for the average computer users.
The Chromebook Pixel has a few things going for it. But still a big problem has kept it from becoming more popular with consumers, and that is a problem with its price. With this move, Google has shown that through a giveaway is perhaps the only real way to get the Chromebook Pixel out onto the hands of that many people at once.