• June 13, 2024

After being teased at Google I/O last year, Google’s Pixel Tablet is finally official.

The slate comes with a 10.95-inch LCD display with a 2560 x 1600 resolution, 500 nits of brightness, an “anti-smudge coating,” and support for USI 2.0 styluses. It’s powered by Google’s Tensor G2 processor and is equipped with 8GB RAM and up to 256GB of storage.

It also sports up to 12 hours of battery life, 8MP cameras on the front and back, a fingerprint scanner on the power button, three mics, USB-C for charging, and Wi-Fi 6.

What’s notable, however, is that the Pixel Tablet comes with a Charging Speaker Dock out of the box—transforming the slate from a regular Android tablet into something that’s more useful.

When docked, you can use the Pixel Tablet’s Hub Mode, which allows you to manage your home’s lights, music, and other smart home devices. The docked tablet can also function as a Google Cast screen for the media on your other devices.

The Pixel Tablet starts at $499. Like other Pixel products, there’s no word if it will be made available in the Philippines.

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