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- Thoughtfully Designed; Full size back lit keyboard with ultra quiet Hush Keys
- Infinitely adjustable: Switch between laptop, entertainment, and tablet mods with ease
- Quick snap connector: Instantly attracted to Pixel Slate. No charging or pairing required
- Do More With Pixel Slate Keyboard: Help from the Google Assistant at your Fingertips
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|Google Pixel Slate 12.3-Inch 2 in 1 Laptop Intel Core m3, 8GB RAM, 64GB||Google Pixel Slate 12.3-Inch 2 in 1 Laptop Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB||Google Pixel Slate 12.3-Inch 2 in 1 Laptop Intel Core i7,16GB RAM, 256GB|
|CPU||8th Gen Intel Core m3 processor||8th Gen Intel Core i5 processor||8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor|
|Solid State Drive||64GB||128GB||256GB|
|Battery||48WHr battery - Use time: up to 10 hours of use from a single charge||48WHr battery - Use time: up to 10 hours of use from a single charge||48WHr battery - Use time: up to 10 hours of use from a single charge|
|Ports||Two USB-CTM for charging, audio, 4K display output and quick data transfer||Two USB-CTM for charging, audio, 4K display output and quick data transfer||Two USB-CTM for charging, audio, 4K display output and quick data transfer|
|Audio||2 right/left dual-coil speakers with >3mm Z and >1cc total area, front firing, w/ Waves MaxxAudio; 2x mics (2 top)||2 right/left dual-coil speakers with >3mm Z and >1cc total area, front firing, w/ Waves MaxxAudio; 2x mics (2 top)||2 right/left dual-coil speakers with >3mm Z and >1cc total area, front firing, w/ Waves MaxxAudio; 2x mics (2 top)|
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|Are batteries included?||No||Yes||—||Yes|
|Are batteries required?||No||Yes||No||Yes|
|Color||Blue & Black||—||Black||Black|
|Item Dimensions||11.45 x 7.95 x 0.18 inches||11.80 x 4.40 x 0.50 inches||12.05 x 9.85 x 2.51 inches||12.20 x 1.61 x 7.91 inches|
|Item Weight||1.08 lbs||0.85 lbs||1.49 lbs||1.81 lbs|
A more thoughtful keyboard. Full-size, infinitely adjustable keyboard designed for Pixel Slate. A full-size backlit keyboard with ultra-quiet hush keys. Plus, the extra large trackpad helps you comfortably get more done. Infinitely adjustable. Switch between laptop, tablet, and entertainment modes with ease. Chrome.
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And so I'm sure that currently - Original Pixel Slate Keyboard from Google - is the best choice in many cases.
1) magnetic connector - perfect
2) magnetic adapting angle - very cool
2) nice backlit
3) almost perfect keypress
4) awesome trackpad
5) not only keyboard but also - a case
1) too flexible middle part of a keyboard case - if using not on flat surface in some cases - it is not comfortable, if handling with keyboard and connected PixelSlate (in "closed" position) - these two parts of Keyboard-case can move and scratch one side (with PixelSlate) on the other side (with keyboard keys).
2) material from the outside part of a keyboard-case, and also material of the middle of keyboard constructure seems to be not durable.
3) high price
The cover is very good for protective purposes - fully covering the front and back of the Pixel.
Unlike the Microsoft Surface, the Pixel Slate doesn't include a kick-stand, so the cover must not only protect the device, it also needs to serve as a stand. It functions fairly well in this capacity too. But it also adds more bulk to the Pixel Slate that the Surface doesn't require.
The primary function is as a keyboard. And in this area I think the designers made the mistake of focusing on a nice looking aesthetic over functionality. When typing on this keyboard, I find myself frequently missing keys. And when using it on my lap, the problem is further exacerbated.
Bottom line: If you want a Google Pixel Slate, you're going to need a keyboard. But I certainly find myself using my Surface Go much more frequently than I do my Pixel Slate because of the many shortcomings of this keyboard.
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The keys are responsive, backlit and have a nice tactile feel to them. I thought I would have a tough time adjusting to the round keys but I had no issues. The key spacing is perfect. The trackpad works great and is a game changer. Adding a track pad to a tablet really speeds up your workflow by not having to constantly remove your hands from the keypad to touch the screen. The screen angle is held up with magnets and is infinitely adjustable unlike most cases which just have one or two positions.
Google really did a good job designing this keyboard. Microsoft, Logitech and Apple could learn a thing or two from this keyboard and perhaps incorporate some of the design elements into their Tablet keypads.
The only downfall I have with this keyboard is the price. At the time of my review the price of this keyboard was $259 which even by Apple Standards seems high. Yes it increases productivity and the addition of the trackpad is awesome but you definitely are paying steep price for convenience. Hopefully the price will come down soon.
Even with the high price I have to say this keyboard is worth it for anyone who wants to do some serious work with their Google Pixel Slate.
Must Have for Google Pixel Slate users ... Highly Recommend