- Google unveiled the Pixel Slate on Tuesday morning: A tablet that also acts as a laptop, running Chrome OS.
- The tablet is intended to compete with Microsoft’s Surface Pro, and Apple’s iPad Pro.
- To that end, the Pixel Slate can be easily attached to the Pixel Slate Keyboard (sold separately) and used with a digital stylus.
Google has a brand new tablet: The Pixel Slate was introduced during a press event in New York City on Tuesday morning.
It’s a new “convertible” device, which is to say that it can be used as a tablet, or as a laptop, or as a digital sketchpad. Through a keyboard — the Pixel Slate Keyboard — and a new digital stylus, the Pixel Slate takes on new forms.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
- Google itself leaked the Pixel 3 and all of its other new devices, just minutes before its huge hardware events kick off
- Google releases a video to address all of the Pixel 3 leaks after a reporter managed to get their hands on one before the phone was even announced
- Google made some subtle changes to its smartwatch operating system, Wear OS — and it proves that a little bit goes a long way
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