Google Chromebook Pixel Teardown
Unlike Chromebooks from Samsung, Acer, and HP, the Google-designed Pixel has both high-end hardware and a high-end price tag. In this Cracking Open gallery, I walk you through disassembling the Chromebook Pixel and show you the hardware inside.
For a detailed analysis of the teardown, check out my article and video, Pricey Chromebook Pixel: Built well but impractical to upgrade.
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Super resolution for going on the road with my Canon DSLR. My question is - can I install Adobe Photoshop Elements and Lightroom for editing pictures with that nice screen?
Bill, as always, I really need the blog / one page version on this. Thank you in advance for your consideration.
CPU soldered to the board. That's no good. I kinda guessed the ram was. Definitely won't be getting this model.
You should by now realize that the blue type down the bottom is a Hyperlink to the 1 page article here. http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/cracking-open/pricey-chromebook-pixel-built-well-but-impractical-to-upgrade/946?tag=content;siu-container