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    The new Chromebook Pixel apparently supports SeaBIOS, which implies it should run Windows 8 with no problem. In that case, with the exception of the low storage, it looks to be the nicest ultrabook out there by some measures.

    Does anyone know yet how accessible the SSD is? If it can it be upgraded easily to something higher capacity then that might seal the deal!
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    Was thinking about the same thing. However, you have to keep in mind that there will be major issues with the drivers, especially the touchpad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jrexxx View Post
    Was thinking about the same thing. However, you have to keep in mind that there will be major issues with the drivers, especially the touchpad.
    Why? It's not a Synaptics touchpad like every other computer in the world? Someone at Mobile Nations must have one of these things to try it on...

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