Chromebook Pixel Previously, a video was published showing the Chromebook Pixel, which is equipped with a Retina Display-like screen. Many have called it a fake, arguing that it is actually the upcoming “Google Link”. The unbelievably appealing Chromebook Pixel is claimed to have a 2560 x 1700 display.

However, a new piece of evidence recently surfaced courtesy of a Chrome OS developer, Francis Beaufort. He offered parts of the Chrome OS documentation and this could be used to confirm the possible availability of the Chromebook Pixel. The document shows a few of components, including the “lightbar”, a four-color battery life indicator. A closer look on the video shows us that a lightbar appears at 1:15 mark and it seems to be consistent with the documentation.

Again, we shouldn’t dismiss the possibility that someone managed to pick up essential information from the documentation, which is used to create a render. So it appears, we may need to wait until the Google I/O event before we hear an official confirmation.

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  1. A Chromebook is a personal computer running Google Chrome OS as its operating system. The devices are designed to be used while connected to the Internet and support applications that reside on the Web, rather than traditional PC applications like Microsoft Office and Photoshop that reside on the machine itself.

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