Google has unveiled its latest Chrome OS device, the Pixel Slate.
The tablet was called the future of Chrome OS by Google at its hardware event this evening, and features a thin and lightweight design.
“For life at work and at play, we’re bringing the power and productivity of a desktop to a gorgeous tablet called Pixel Slate. This Chrome OS device is both a powerful workstation at the office, and a home theater you can hold in your hands,” said Google.
It features a high-resolution 12.3-inch screen, 8MP camera, and front-facing speakers for crisp sound.
Users can also purchase a stylus to use on the Slate’s touchscreen, along with a Pixel Slate keyboard attachment.
The keyboard connects to the tablet and lets users use the device as a laptop, and features a full keyboard and trackpad layout.
The specifications of the Pixel Slate are listed below.
|Display||12.3-inch 3,000 x 2,000 Molecular Display|
|CPU||Intel Celeron, 8th-gen Core m3, Core i5, Core i7|
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.2|
|Dimensions||290.9 x 202.0 x 7.0 mm (721g)|
The Pixel Slate will be available in a number of configurations, starting from $599 and going up to $1,599, shipping later this year.
The keyboard attachment is $199, while the Pen sells for $99.