if you are still waiting for the crèam de la crèam of the Chromebook world, Google has a piece of good news for you: your wait is finally over. meet the Google Chromebook Pixel, an affordable laptop proposition that harnesses the power of Chrome OS to offer speedy computing experience. so what’s so super about the Google Chromebook Pixel? first off, it had us at hello – with its old Macbook Pro-like squarish charm and second, (according to the Mountain View search giant) it cumulates the best in hardware, software and design “to inspired the next generation of Chromebooks.” on the industrial design aspect, the Pixel’s attention-grabbing anodized aluminum alloy body features hidden vents, stereo speakers tucked beneath its backlit keyboard and no visible screws – insuring that no necessary evils will mar its beautiful form. the laptop pops open to a 12.85″ Gorilla Glass multitouch display that boast an eye-watering 2,560 by 1,700 pixels and packing in a whopping 239 PPI – making it the highest pixel density of any laptop screen on the market today. other features include integrated Intel HD Graphics 4000, up to 64GB SSD, etched-glass trackpad, HD 720p webcam, dual USB 2.0 ports, mini Display port, 2-in-1 card reader, three microphones designed to cancel out ambient noise, audio headphone/mic jack, full-range speakers, dual-band WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity and up to 5 hours of active use. as always, the whole point of Chromebook is the concept of ‘living in the cloud’ and thus, Google is offering the Pixel with 1TB of Google Drive Cloud Storage for a duration of 3 years, plus 12 free sessions of GoGo Inflight Internet. the Google Chromebook Pixel comes in two models: a 32GB WiFi-only ($1,299) and a 64GB WiFi with LTE model ($1,449). available now via Google Play in U.S. and U.K. availability for other markets is still unknown at this point.