So the rumors and leaked video about Google's Chromebook Pixel was true after all. Now it's official and available in Google Play Store. It looks very, very good, beautiful design and high build-quality, but unfortunately it's too expensive. I will never pay so much money for a chromebook that can't do any advanced work like video editing or music making. Yes I know there is some cloud options for doing that but it will take a very, very long time before that will become something more than fun and "hobby" work.
To use professional software like Final Cut Pro X and Ableton Live you need a real computer.
So personally I rather buy the MacBook Air over this, and it's even cheaper.
Google Chromebook Pixel Specifications
12.85″ display with a 3:2 aspect ratio
2560 x 1700, at 239 PPI
178° extra-wide viewing angle
Gorilla Glass multi-touch screen
Intel® Core i5 Processor (Dual Core 1.8GHz)
Intel® HD Graphics 4000 (Integrated)
4 GB DDR3 RAM
32 or 64 GB Solid State Drive
Up to 5 hours of active use (59 Wh battery)
Noise cancelling even for the keyboard
Fully clickable etched-glass trackpad
1 Terrabyte GDrive storage (for three years)