Google unveils Pixel Slate tablet

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.

Pixel Slate
OS Chrome OS
Display 12.3-inch 3,000 x 2,000 Molecular Display
CPU Intel Celeron, 8th-gen Core m3, Core i5, Core i7
Camera 8MP
Storage 64GB/128GB/256GB
Connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.2
Ports 2x USB-C
Dimensions 290.9 x 202.0 x 7.0 mm (721g)
Battery 48Wh
Price From $599


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.

Pixel Slate

Pixel Slate

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