Chromebook Pixel LTE arriving today

The first customers will start getting the Chromebook Pixel LTE today, several weeks after the Wi-Fi-only version was available.

Google's Chromebook Pixel.
Google's Chromebook Pixel. Stephen Shankland/CNET

The Chromebook Pixel with Wi-Fi might already be available, but the LTE model is coming to some doorsteps today.

Google announced the Chromebook Pixel LTE's availability on its Google+ page yesterday, saying that some of the customers who ordered the device from its Google Play marketplace will start receiving their devices starting today.

Google said on its Chromebook Pixel LTE product page last month that the device would start shipping on April 8 . The company is now promising ship times of three to five days on new orders.

The Chromebook Pixel LTE goes for $1,449. The device runs Google's Chrome OS platform and has 64GB of onboard storage. The device's 12.85-inch screen is fully touchable, allowing users to organize windows and swipe through apps.

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