The Chromebooks of today aren't exactly cutting edge. The budget notebook PCs are intended to bring the power of the Web to as many people as possible through affordable hardware. That all may be changing in the future if a leaked video is to believed.
Android Authority nabbed a fascinating teaser video that references a new Google project called the Chromebook Pixel. It features a 2560x1700 display. The only thing better would be the 15-inch MacBook Pro which sports a 2880x1800 retina display. Check out the leaked teaser video below:
The leaked video doesn't tell us much about the Chromebook Pixel's hardware, but we do know that it will sport a touchscreen. Adding to the legitimacy of the leak is that it originally came from François Beaufort, a developer who has leaked previous Google products on Google+.
Google hasn't made any formal announcement in regards to the Chromebook Pixel yet, or even hinted that such a thing exists. The company only just recently partnered with HP for the Pavilion 14 Chromebook.
Still, the idea of a high-end Chromebook is exciting. The only thing holding the Chromebook back with power users, besides Chrome OS's incompatibility with traditional applications, is that they're usually underpowered devices. The Chromebook Pixel could go a long way in increasing adoption among power users, especially with that glorious screen.