WATCH: Hands-on with the Chromebook Pixel

Credit: JR Raphael, Computerworld

Google unveiled the Pixel yesterday, a $1,300 touch screen laptop computer running Google's Chrome OS. It seems crazy to expect consumers to pay a premium price for a computer that basically runs a glorified web browser as its OS -- no local apps, minimal local storage -- but the hardware itself looks pretty nice. Computerworld's JR Raphael just got his Pixel, and made this video of his first impressions.

Read more about his first impressions here.

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