Google’s Chrome OS initiative, aka Chromebooks has found several partners with new entrants joining in everyday, but if the following video is to be believed then Google is getting ready with a Chromebook designed by its own engineers. The laptop will be called Chromebook Pixel due to the fact that it will come with a screen resolution of 2560 x 1700, matching Apple’s retina display. The narrator in the video says, “The more pixels we add, the more wonderful the world,” and also hints that the display might be a touchscreen.
Although it is not clear whether the video originated in Mountain View, but developer François Beaufort is of the opinion that the laptop is currently being tested at Google HQ. Are we going to see an android and Chrome OS convergence, or just another Chromebook with just a high-res touchscreen? We’ll have to wait till the next Google I/O to find that out.