A youtube video hints at Googles Touchscreen Chromebook dubbed Pixel.
The Chromebook Pixel appears to be hugely influenced by the Apple MacBook design. It has a square, aluminium-like body and a black keyboard. The focus of the video is on the Chromebook Pixel's screen. It is likely to be named after its pixels. "The more pixels we add, the more wonderful the world," says a voice-over in the video. The one obvious feature that the Chromebook Pixel appears to have over the MacBook range is a touchscreen.
Slinky CEO Victor Koch has since publicly apologised for the leak on Google+, and tagged Google chief Sergei Brin in the message, which would appear to add weight to the video's authenticity. Another interesting news that confirms the reliability of the video is the developer Francois Beaufort's post on the Google+ saying that, "All I know is that the device is actually tested at Google right now. It has a 4 Millions Pixels 4k Screen (2560×1700 = 4352000) and touch capabilities."
Nobody has forgotten Google's first attempt to bring in its Chromebook. It had produced Cr-48 Chromebooks in 2010. but as we all know, that didn't reach more than a few hands. That device didn't even make a commercial availability either. From the bygone era, Google has been successful in keeping its credibility. All of its Chromebooks, in association with other manufacturers of course, have won the market. They were low or cheaper priced. But there is a vast majority of subscribers, who are ready to spend some pecks for a more decently specced Chromebook. Google is targeting them it seems.
As no confirmation about any of these news has been come out from the company officials, the tech world can only wait patiently for a Google official to unzip his mouth.