As well as the new Pixel 3 smartphones and the Google Home Hub, Google also launched new tablet, the Google Pixel Slate.
The Google Pixel Slate runs Google’s Chrome OS instead of their Android OS and the device comes with a optional detachable keyboard and a stylus that are available at an extra cost.
Pixel Slate feels great in your hands thanks to its evenly balanced center of gravity, rounded edges and curved 2.5D glass. At just 7mm thin and 1.6 lbs with a display that covers nearly the entire front of the device, Pixel Slate was designed to maximize what matters most to you.
The tablet comes with a 12.3 inch ‘Molecular Display’ and it is powered by a range of Intel processors ranging from an Intel Celeron to an 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor.
RAM ranges from 4GB to 16GB and storage options range from 32GB to 256GB, there is also an 8 megapixel camera and a 48Wh battery.
You can find out more information about the new Google Pixel Slate over at Google at the link below. Prices for the tablet start at $599 and the Pixel Slate Keyboard costs $199, the Pixelbook Pen costs $99.
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