Some 60 new wallpapers have been added to the Chrome OS wallpaper gallery. 

The designs are made up of various aerial shots taken from Google Maps satellite data. From stunning bird’s-eye views of mountains, fields and ice sheets to man-made structures, landmarks and more.


All of the images, which were uploaded before the weekend, are available to download directly in the wallpaper picker app, and are available at a max resolution of 3000×2000 — a perfect fit for the hi-res screen of the Chromebook Pixel.

The satellite imagery marks the first major update to the wallpapers offered in the OS. The previous update, HP Chromebook 11 wallpaper aside, was back in mid-2013.

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