Google is being quite generous with the Chromebook Pixel by offering a whopping terabyte of online storage for three years. Between your files, photos, music and videos, that's pretty much all you'd ever need. Apps are another story, though. Every time I tried to resume playing a cool game on the Chromebook Pixel like “Bastion,” the notebook would re-download 41 MB of data. What's the point of an 8-second boot time and instant resume time if you have to wait that long to get your game on? By offering more offline games and other apps and upping the standard amount of storage from 32GB to 64GB (or even 128GB, like most Ultrabooks), the Pixel could truly be the only PC you own.