Google is launching a quicker, cheaper Chromebook for $999. It features a similar all-metal design to the previous iteration, but this time comes with a Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a (still tiny) 32GB SSD. It’s still way more expensive than pretty much every other Chromebook out there, but there isn’t anything else comparable. There’s also a more advanced “LS” (for – wait for it – ‘ludicrous speed’) model available with a Core i7 chip, 18GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. That model comes in at $1300. The screen, meanwhile, remains largely unchanged from last year. Not that that’s a bad thing: it’s a 2560 x 1700 display with a rare 3:2 aspect ratio, and is still touch-sensitive.