There are updates regarding Chromebook Pixel that soon they are challenged by some high end competition. Besides there are rumors that Chromebook OS is creating a powerful new Chromebook termed as Chell. The Chell would be so advanced that it may even pack virtual reality capabilities.
There is an upcoming Chromebook which is focused on Chrome-OS site. Recently there are few developments which are diving into code commits named Chell’s manufacturer. Furthermore there is news that Chrome Story has clubbed an idea on how the new Chromebook would look like.
HP laptops will have a touchscreen and it has storage of 16 GB RAM, two USB-C ports, a standard USB Type-A port, Bluetooth, and expandable storage slot for SD cards. It has been powered by an Intel Skylake Core chip and offers a backlit keyboard.
So on the basis of high quality specifications, Chrome Story believes that HP new Chromebook would be Pixel successor. If HP is working on its own high-end Chromebook then it seems that they are different from the current Pixel. The latest flagship Chromebook has a touchscreen, Core i5 or i7 processor, two USB-C ports and SD card reader, backlit keyboard along with the option of 16 GB of RAM.
Another major difference that was observed between Chell and Pixel 2015 was of VR support. Most PC’s can meet the demands of virtual reality that have a discrete graphics card. But there are no hints that what kind of hardware it makes use of, so it can be assumed that the device would rely on Intel’s integrated graphics.
Intel’s HD or Iris graphics could prove as sufficient to run VR for platforms like Google Cardboard or Samsung’s Gear VR. Apart from this, what kind of accessory HP’s new Chromebook can take the advantage of its VR features. Thereafter HP publicly stated that it plans to bring VR to Chromebook with the help of web.
Summarization: It has been noticed that VR is major thing along with the introduction of Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and the upcoming PlayStation. The web based platforms and Mozilla has been working on the Oculus Rift compatible version that can work for MozVR from 2014. Google also added 360 degree videos to YouTube from March 2015 in order to experience the virtual reality feature.