Google's Chromebook Pixel is a laptop at the high end of Google's Chromebook family of machines, which all use Chrome OS as their operating system. It debuted in the market on February 21, 2013 featuring a touch-screen with the high pixel density. Wired called the Chromebook Pixel "an austere rectangular block of aluminum with subtly rounded edges." If you're a Google fan in general and a Chromebook Pixel fan specifically, then you'll be pleased to know that Google was granted three new design patents this week by the US Patent and Trademark Office.
The three designs cover the back spine of the Chromebook Pixel as well as other attributes as noted below in the associated patent figures.
Design patents are notoriously sparse on detail with no mention about the notebook's materials that you'd expect to be covered. Nonetheless, if you wish to explore these patents you can by looking up patents D684,966, D684,964 and D684,965. Google filed their design applications in December 2011.
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