Skip to content
February 07, 2013

Google Chromebook Pixel leaks, MacBook competitor?

A video just made the rounds on the internet claiming to be Google’s very own laptop, named the Chromebook Pixel.

The video comes from a company named Slinky. The leaked video was taken down after a while, but was uploaded on YouTube soon enough. The company’s CEO, Victor Koch, claimed on Google Plus that they have been hacked and some of their projects have been leaked. More interesting is that Sergey Brin is tagged on the apology note.

The Chromebook Pixel, named Google Link by the source, features a super high-res screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1700. To top it off, it’s also a touch-enabled display. Halfway through the video, there was an array of colored dots shown which resembles the Nexus logo in a way. Other than that, there seems to be nothing else to note.

No other brands have been mentioned, so it could be possible that this one is similar to Google’s Nexus line – specifically the discontinued Q. The video can be a fake however, but there is a high chance that this could be real since the video is professionally made and the clues hinting towards it.

Rounding up the rumors, it seems that along with this, we will see Android Key Lime Pie with the Motorola X Phone when Google I/O comes.

{source} {via}


16 Responses to “Google Chromebook Pixel leaks, MacBook competitor?”

  1. joelan
    Twitter: bibijoelan
    says:

    Rumor or not this was enticing video that future laptops could have endless possibility

  2. lolwut says:

    Bob please don’t make the title so misleading. Nowhere in your article mentioned this laptop to be a macbook competitor.

    @topic; I’d like to see this personally and see how it fares with the current windows laptops. I haven’t tried Chrome OS yet and I wanna see the potential t has.

    • Bob Freking says:

      It’s not really a point to focus on, but of course it’s pure Google and it directly competes with Apple’s Retina Display. However, it clashes with the idea that Chrome OS can’t compete with OS X yet, so it’s unclear on that one. I just wanted to let the people know that it is pure Google at first read. Thanks for the tip though. I’ll focus on that one.

    • ronjiedotcom
      Twitter: ronjiedotcom
      says:

      Bob: “the title is.. not really the point to focus on.”

      “Apple scared s**t of Google’s Chromebooks” and other similar titles might have been just as appropriate then?

  3. ronjiedotcom
    Twitter: ronjiedotcom
    says:

    “The video can be a fake however, but there is a high chance that this could be real since the video is professionally made…”

    Somebody hasn’t been on the internet long enough to understand it.

  4. jason williams says:

    The stupidity is high on this one bob. Gawa ka nalang ng blog mo please.

  5. Lebron James says:

    What an article. Please stop wasting everyone’s time posting useless POS like this. It’s neither informative nor useful. Yugatech is the biggest douche in the internet

  6. source says:

    this isnt a made up article. may sources.

  7. Zardoz1112 says:

    what’s with all the bob freking hate? there’s nothing really offensive on this post. please have a reality check, bullying bastards.

  8. Zardoz1113 says:

    May need a little polish on the grammar, though!,!,!!,!, HaHaHHAHA!!!

  9. Zardoz1113 says:

    May need a little polish on the grammar, though!,!,!!,!, HaHaHHAHA!!!

  10. Justin says:

    With all my stuff moving to Google Drive (and Dropbox), I can honestly see this as my next notebook.

  11. booboo says:

    The only reason why I don’t consider buying a Chrome book is I wouldn’t be able to install iTunes in it. I’m an iPhone and iPod user – I would clearly need iTunes to manage these devices particularly music.

  12. jayb says:

    ugly laptop

  13. ifrogz ear pollution says:

    Hey there just wanted to give you a quick heads up. The text in your article seem to be
    running off the screen in Internet explorer.
    I’m not sure if this is a format issue or something to do with internet browser compatibility but I figured I’d
    post to let you know. The style and design look great though!
    Hope you get the issue fixed soon. Cheers

Leave a Reply

*
*

Written by

Bob Freking writes, edits, & renders for YugaTech. You can contact, follow or tweet him at @bobfreking. For all his social media links, you can go to https://tinyurl.com/bobfreking

More articles by Bob Freking :