Form last some weeks, pictures of Google’s first chrome tablet are circulating. Recent images of the device show that the device is using Chrome OS and a detachable keyboard. The device will have a 3:2 aspect ratio, comes with a pen and features a pair of cameras, one in the front and the other at the back. It also features a USB-C port on the side, speakers on each side, and appears to be missing a headphone jack.
The recent pictures of the detachable keyboard are different from the images that were leaked before which showed a Bluetooth keyboard.
Here’s something fun: There’s no sign of a headphone jack on Pixel Slate based on the renders that have leaked. ?https://t.co/0O9FF3N0oH
— Stephen Hall (@hallstephenj) October 6, 2018
This tablet seems somewhat same as Apple’s iPad Pro and Microsoft Surface Pro tablets. The device is rumoured to come in several configurations, with up to 16GB of RAM and an Intel i7 processor, and might come with a fingerprint sensor.
Google is ready to launch all its devices on Tuesday, October 9th where it’s expected to launch the most awaited the Pixel 3 phones and charging stand, the Slate tablet, the Google Home Hub, updates to the Pixelbook, Chromecast, and more, most of which has already been leaked.