Anonymous, 29 Sep 2015If it isn't 14nm and optimized.20 nm http://www.nvidia.com/object/tegra-x1-processor.html
Ninja master, 29 Sep 2015Good luck trying to cool the X1 without a fanIf it isn't 14nm and optimized.
middlefinger, 29 Sep 2015Chromebook and laptop are as different as a girl and a boy.Don't get the feminists started!
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2015- screen larger than 7" - Android What's the use of it? Any tablet bigger than 7" is best ... morewindows troll...just like every other one of them, green with envy over Android and IOS app stores lel
Basically it would be Google's answer to the iPad Pro. That being said, if anyone is actually serious about productivity and wants a tablet, he or she should buy a cheapo Chinese dual boot tablet (dual boots Win 10 and Android Kitkat) with a BT keyboard. Those things cost no more than $150 for the ipad clones (which incidentally means a proper aluminum unibody shell aswell) so even if they last you a year, it's still much less of a loss than buying $1000 Mobile OS powered 2-in-1 that'd last you 5 years.
Also if someone would truly madly want the ultimate productivity with Android only, they should look up Jide Tech's Remix OS.
Here's a link: http://www.jide.com/en/remixos
- screen larger than 7"
What's the use of it? Any tablet bigger than 7" is best suited to run Windows.
Android = no real multitasking, low resolution phone games and apps, no full browser, no real productivity, resource hogging, battery draining, etc.
Windows tablet + Windows laptop + Windows phone = the best combo one can get. Everything is synchronized, no need for data cables, maximum efficiency, low resource requirements, incredible battery life, best games, etc.
does not matter..pixels on the edges are allways blacked out so there are marginals there to play with...
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2015It actually use 2560x1700 resolution to male that 308 ppi.that would be 301 ppi
middlefinger, 29 Sep 2015Chromebook and laptop are as different as a girl and a boy.What the differences?
chiku00, 28 Sep 2015Just say you'll give me at least 64 GB of internal memory and take my money.yes and i will cost $5000 .. so give me your money !!!!!
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2015It is 16:9. Haven't you seen the Google Pixel. It is a laptop. Not a tablet. This one is just ... moreSorry. The previous version use 3:2 aspect ratio. Same resolution since 2013. Quite powerful too. Base version have 8gb ram and the LS(Ludicrous Speed) Chromebook Pixel have 16gb ram. Not sure why it need that with Chrome OS.
regs, 28 Sep 201510.2'' + 308 ppi doesn't fit into any standard resolution 2560x1600 WQXGA (16:10) = 296 ppi... moreIt is 16:9. Haven't you seen the Google Pixel. It is a laptop. Not a tablet. This one is just a keyboard-less version running on android instead of Chrome OS.
10.2'' + 308 ppi doesn't fit into any standard resolution
2560x1600 WQXGA (16:10) = 296 ppi
2560x1920 QXGA+ (4:3) = 314 ppi
2560x2048 QSXGA (5:3) = 321 ppi
So it's either fake or random resolution. Unless it's 16:9 quad 1366x768 - 2732x1536. That would be 307 ppi. But 16:9 is proven to be unpractical for tablets. Early Windows tablets were 16:9 and were highly criticized for dimensions. Most early Android tablets were 16:10. Most modern tablets are 4:3 or 3:2 - very practical dimensions for handheld PCs.