It looks like the leaked video about the Google Chromebook Pixel was real after all. Google officially announced the device today, and it is already available for purchase in the Google Play Store. Of course, unlike other Chromebooks, this one isn't looking at the budget audience. Instead, this is a powerhouse Chromebook that will set you back $1300 if you want one. The Pixel looks pretty amazing. It is designed very well and has some very impressive specs. The Pixel is packing an Intel Core i5 Processor (Dual Core 1.8GHz), with integrated Intel HD Graphics 4000, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a backlit keyboard, and the real focus: a 12.85" touchscreen display rocking a 2560x1700 resolution (239 PPI) and covered in Gorilla Glass 2. And, if you don't think 32GB of storage is enough, you also get 1TB (yes, that means terabyte) of Google Drive storage free for 3 years. Of course, being a Chromebook, you're just getting a browser in a box, which is good enough for … [Read more...] about The Google Chromebook Pixel is real, and will cost you $1300
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On this episode of the Droid Life Show, we’re hypebeasting the Google event that’ll go down on October 4! Crazy to think that we are only 2 days away from the madness. Since we’re fully expecting to see the new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, Pixelbook, Google Home Mini, and a new Daydream View all on stage at some point, we thought we’d catch everyone up on what’s new. Let’s also not forget that there could be some surprises, perhaps in the form of Android 8.1, a new Pixel experience update (like a new launcher), Google Assistant heading to Chromebooks, and more. We also want to talk about Amazon’s new Echo line-up and Fire TV 4K, plus some other happenings from around the tech world. We’ll be live at 2PM Pacific (5PM Eastern). If you miss us live, you can subscribe through the various options below. … [Read more...] about Google Pixel 2 Event Preview Show!
September 26, 2017 - Written By Alexander Maxham Google is slated to announce the Pixel 2 on October 4th, at an event in San Francisco. As per usual with unannounced smartphones, there has been plenty of leaks of the new devices – including some pretty big ones in the past week. So many users already know just about everything about the upcoming devices, and at this point, they seem to be a bit underwhelming, even for a Google smartphone. Now it’s worth mentioning that a number of the leaks and renders we’ve seen recently, do not show the front of the device, which leads us to think that there may be a big surprise on the front (perhaps a 18:9 aspect ratio display like many other flagships in 2017). But at this point, the LG V30 and Galaxy Note 8 do definitely appear to be better smartphones than the Pixel 2.SoftwareOn the software front, the Pixel 2 will likely be better than the LG V30 and Galaxy Note 8 for a couple of reasons. These will ship with Android Oreo, … [Read more...] about Opinion: The Google Pixel 2 Will Not Be As Good As Note 8, LG V30
Google stepped away from the Nexus family in 2016 and launched the Pixel smartphones, adopting the line of the previous Chromebook Pixel and Pixel C and presenting a Google-designed premium product.The Pixel 2 XL is the second-gen, looking to replace one of our favourite 2016 phones. It's an ambitious device, switching to an 18:9 display and looking to refine the bodywork of the previous device.Using the phone deal chart below you can use the drop-down menus and sliders to find the perfect contract plan for you. Whether you want more data or unlimited minutes, our price comparison table updates in real time offering you the best deals.Price is obviously a key factor and whilst you can lower the monthly cost of the contract by paying a higher upfront cost, most will prefer to spread the cost over the course of the contract period.Mobile phone users are increasingly finding it difficult to stick to contracts offering less data as more and more content is … [Read more...] about Compare the best Google Pixel 2 XL deals
posted on 22 Aug 2017, 05:48 1 1. nebula (Posts: 1009; Member since: 20 Feb 2015) If there is no storage expansion or at least good deal of onboard storage than you can suck my toe google. posted on 22 Aug 2017, 07:54 0 3. jacksmith21006 (Posts: 63; Member since: 03 Nov 2015) Do wish they would add native. But you can get pretty big storage with a SDCard and/or low profile USB. posted on 22 Aug 2017, 17:39 1 6. Luuthian (Posts: 326; Member since: 09 Sep 2011) This is is what completely kills the Chromebook experience for me. I can't justify spending the same amount of money you could spend on another full laptop only to get 32Gb of storage. It just doesn't make sense. posted on 22 Aug 2017, 07:52 0 2. jacksmith21006 (Posts: 63; Member since: 03 Nov 2015) Suspect a cheaper Google Home will really hurt DOT sales but we should get deep DOT discounts. The Echo has been getting really huge discounts of late. posted on 22 Aug 2017, 09:19 0 4. airoid … [Read more...] about Comments for : Google to launch new Chromebook Pixel, smaller Google Home along with new smartphones