Lifehacker Australia takes a quick look at Google’s Chromebook Pixel. From the review I see it described as expensive and pointless. It may be useful for people who work for Google or resell Google products for everyone else it is just a fancy adornment.
This reminds of the prominent New Zealand technology executive who years ago told me Compaq was an expensive brand that only existed to make people look good – a fancy adornment. In other word’s high-tech jewellery. That description suits the Chromebook well.
- Google’s Chromebook Pixel pushes boundaries (billbennett.co.nz)