Posted March 02, 2018 03:23:00Dell has been updating the driver for the upcoming Windows 10 build, and now it appears that it will also be updating for the Chromebook Pixel.
The driver is being used to bring the Chrome OS browser and various other devices running Chrome OS to Windows 10.
Dells support page lists several updates, including the update for the driver, as well as the Windows 10 version.
Google+ post Dell’s support page also lists the update to the driver as part of the “Windows 10 Driver Updates” update, which means the update will be available on the device itself.
If you’re a Windows 10 user, the update should be available to download at the time of writing.
The company’s page is also updated to reflect the update.
Dell support page for ChromeOS on Chromebook Pixel article Dells Chromebook Pixel has the same hardware as the Chromebook Pro, the company’s high-end Chromebook with a 13.3-inch 1080p display and a 2GB of RAM.
The Chromebook Pixel ships with 32GB of internal storage, and the company lists up to a $100 discount for the Pixel and Pixel XL if you opt for the smaller, higher-end version.
The Pixel is available now at $899.99 for the base model, and $999.99 if you add the 32GB version.
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