MG Siegler reviews the Chromebook Pixel, and he likes it:
From a pure product perspective, this device is a winner. It’s the Chromebook that should show many PC users they no longer need Windows in their lives. Hell, it could even convert some Mac users as well. This is how a browser-based computer should be built.
But he, like me, doesn’t get it:
Unfortunately, many of you will never know this firsthand because you’re never going to buy this device.
It costs as much as a Retina MacBook Pro, and only runs a browser. There’s zero market for it.
(My favorite part:
I still absolutely adore the dedicated search key on the keyboard.
Apple should rid us of caps lock and give us a search key.)