Chromebook Pixel laptop a beautiful machine with faults

Google’s Chromebook Pixel laptop boasts a wide range of excellent features, but it has its faults, one website has stated.
According to PC Advisor, the device – which runs the Chrome OS – comes with a stunning display and is built to the highest standard, while it has an impressive 1.8GHz Intel Core i5 processor and 4GB of DDR3 random access memory.
However, this means its battery life is not the best and it barely lasts more than five hours on a charge at around 60 per cent brightness.
Nevertheless, while its storage is limited to a 32GB solid state drive, users are able to take advantage of three years of having 1TB of Google Drive cloud storage space provided by Chrome OS.
Costing a hefty £1,049, the laptop is not the ideal model for anyone looking to cut back on their spending, but it could be worth it for the device’s excellent performance and 2,560 by 1,700 resolution screen.
For consumers with a tighter budget, the news provider recommended buying a £300 Windows machine or iPad or Android tablet that will offer similar functionality.