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The awakening of the Chromebook Pixel is now with a bit more quickly and easily. Google introduced an experimental feature, named Lucid Sleep (term for conscious dreaming lucid dream) and helps the computer to stay connected even when is not in use.

If you choose to take advantage of this opportunity, Lucid Sleep supports limited Wi-Fi connectivity even when the device is turned off. Thus your Chromebook synchronizes better with your other devices, and time for “catching up” of notifications and other new information in turn greatly reduced. With Lucid Sleep your computer automatically connects to a different Wi-Fi network when you change your location. At the moment you turn it on, you are synchronized notifications and updates and new information within the various applications already waiting for you. If you own a Chromebook Pixel you can try Lucid Sleep now – just look for the setting that allows the Wi-Fi module to work while your computer is inactive.

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