Google's Chromebook Pixel to ship with LTE by April 8

Google will ship its LTE model of the pricey but powerful laptop shortly, for $1,449.

The Chromebook Pixel with LTE, now in the Google Play store.
The Chromebook Pixel with LTE, now in the Google Play store. Screenshot by Casey Newton/CNET

Those eager to get their hands on the expensive, gorgeous Chromebook Pixel with LTE now have the option to order one. While the Wi-Fi only model has been in stock for weeks, the LTE model only popped up in Google Play today. It will ship by April 8, according to the product page.

An LTE connection will cost from $9.99 for 24 hours to up to $50 for 5GB, according to GigaOm. All LTE models come with 100MB of data transfer for two years, along with 1 terabyte of Google Drive storage for three years.

(via The Verge)

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