Google Chrome getting ready for the new Macbook Pro with Retina Display

The new Macbook Pro with Retina Display has just been announced by Apple. It starts at $2200, but we know many of you will be getting it. Though the whopping 2880x1800p screen will surely be beautiful, many programs have to be optimized for it to look its best in such a pixel-dense display. If you are here it means you love Google Chrome, and will be happy to know Google is already working on making its browser pretty for the brand new laptop.

As you can see in the image, text and images will be looking amazingly crisp in the new Macbook Pro with Retina Display. Good news is you can already check out Google’s progress if via Google Chrome Canary. If you haven’t heard of Google Chrome Canary, it is a Alpha version of Chrome. It gets updates almost every night and comes with the newest of features. These is not a stable product, though, and it can have many issues at times.

All those pixels will be disappearing soon, so get ready. For now, just sit back and enjoy your new computer. Did any of you pick one up already?

[Source: Google Chrome Blog]