After about half a year since the first official teaser, Google has finally taken off the wraps of the Google Pixel Tablet, its first dip into the tablet market.
Google Pixel Tablet
The Google Pixel Tablet is built around a 10.95-inch 2560×1600 LCD panel with a standard 60Hz refresh rate. The Tablet has an aluminum body with a nano-ceramic finish. For optics, it has two 8MP lenses, one for the rear and one for the front.
Under the hood, it has a Google Tensor G2 chipset coupled with 8GB LPDDR5 RAM and 128/256GB UFS 3.1 storage options.
The tablet is also the first tablet to come with Chromecast built-in which allows for a more seamless experience, switching from your smartphone to the tablet.
The company also introduced a Charging Speaker Dock for the Tablet that once docked will trigger Hub mode, turning the Tablet into a Hub device.
|Display||10.95-inch 2560×1600 LCD|
|Processor||Google Tensor G2|
|Storage||128/256GB UFS 3.1|
Pricing and Availability
The Google Pixel Tablet is now available for pre-order and ships starting next month. It comes in two memory configurations – 128GB and 256GB and is priced at USD 499 and USD 599, respectively.
The company also announced that the Google Pixel Tablet will come bundled with the Charging Speaker Dock.
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