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Michael Endler
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2/22/2013 | 4:52:05 PM
re: Google Launches Touchscreen Chromebook Called Pixel
Agreed. It's interesting that HP's Chromebook plan was interpreted more as a ding against Microsoft than a win for Google. I'm still intrigued by the concept, though. That Acer is taking a leading Chromebook role is noteworthy also. Dell and HP got a lot of bad press for their respective PC struggles but Acer, whose CEO has been very critical of Windows 8, really got killed last year.

Michael Endler, IW Associate Editor
FritzNelson
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2/22/2013 | 1:05:33 AM
re: Google Launches Touchscreen Chromebook Called Pixel
I've always liked the idea behind the Chromebook, but I'm starting to get skeptical: more costly, more frills, in a market that hasn't seen much growth (and that's being charitable), and a product that hasn't had success.
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