|Standing screen display size||12.3 Inches|
|Screen Resolution||3000 x 2000|
|Max Screen Resolution||3000x2000 Pixels|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Integrated Intel HD Graphics|
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Google Pixel Slate 12.3-Inch 2 in 1 Tablet Intel Core i7, Aspect Ratio 3:2
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|Wireless Communication Technology||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi|
|Operating System||Chrome OS|
|RAM Installed Size||16 GB|
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- Google pixel slate is made to deliver brilliant entertainment, portable performance and everything you love about google for how you live & work today
- 12.3 inch molecular display with 6 million pixels brings your favorite movies and videos to life. Tuned to perfection, the dual front firing speakers deliver a premium audio experience
- Get more done with powerful multitasking tools including split screen, multi window browsing, and collaboration apps like google docs, sheets, and slides
- Pixel slate automatically updates in the background, so you’ll always have the latest features and security without any hassles
- Staying connected is easier than ever with duo cam's wide angle lens that keeps everyone in view and makes them look great, even in low light
- Battery performance is based on a mix of video, web browsing, productivity and other use. Charging time requires the battery to be at least 5 percent charged, the device to be inactive and use of included charger. Actual results may vary
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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)|
Google Pixel Slate is made to deliver brilliant entertainment, portable performance and everything you love about Google for how you live and work today - all in a beautiful 7mm thin and 1.6 lbs. light design. 12.3” molecular display with 6 million pixels brings your favorite movies and videos to life. Tuned to perfection, the dual front-firing speakers deliver a premium audio experience. Quickly get answers, manage your day, control Smart devices and more - with the Google assistant built in. It's like having your own personal Google that's always got your back.
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Update: I opted to keep it and give it some more time. Got the keyboard and the pen. It is much more functional using it in laptop mode. I would say for me it can pretty much replace my laptop. I find the keyboard to be very functional. Most of my complaints are related to using as a tablet and the Android environment just not being optimized for the device. I gave it one extra star. This thing has potential but it's still a some major software improvements away from being great.
when you pay this amount money for premium product from a leading company like google, you expect a buttery smooth experience. but this tablet is a let down.
I'm a big fan of google. not this time.
Indeed, some apps do not work well in full tablet mode. Some would be acceptable if the Slate had dedicated buttons for Back and Home buttons. So some apps fail to give the OS the space to show those actions, which requires a quick reboot to exit out. So, there are a few apps I just don't use, but nearly everything I had for Android runs just fine on the Slate.
The screen is quite bright, though it would probably be a bit weak in bright daylight. I have a Kindle for applications in direct sunlight. It is very reflective, so I'm trying out some anti-glare protectors to help with stage lighting.
Having 2 USB C ports is extremely useful. It can be charged while interfacing with other devices. Just need a USB C to A (female) adapter, which I keep in my bag. You can also get a hub that connects lots of items to one port.
I bought the Google keyboard, which I absolutely love, and the pen which I needed for sheet music. I've got the Incipio Esquire series folio case. I also bought a Pelle Studio lambskin black attache' bag to carry the tablet and accessories (from Wilson's Leather). The ability to connect HDMI is a big plus. I bought Umi converters right here and they work flawlessly.
Overall, I love this thing. It is large for casual tablet use, but I'm getting used to it. I don't regret this purchase at all. I'm even quite pleased with the M3 processor. I didn't need the storage that comes with the i5, though it would have been nice. I highly recommend this to those with specific needs of a large screen, or a dual use device. I'm in love.
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On the hardware side, the Pixel Slate is a premium device that feels like it's worth every bit of its asking price. I have the Intel Core i5 version that comes with 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage.
The tablet is deceptively light and comfortable to hold, thanks to its thin frame and curved edges (the glass at the front also curves round to meet the edges). Both the rear camera and the front camera (which are nothing to write home about) sit flush with the device, so there's no camera bump that digs into your hand when you're holding the tablet at a weird angle.
Since I didn't get the keyboard accessory, the tablet spent most of its time either in my hands (for typing, browsing the internet, playing games etc.) or on a stand (for watching YouTube and Netflix or listening to audiobooks and Spotify). And that worked really well, because the Pixel Slate's high-resolution 12.3-inch screen is big, bright, and beautiful. Colours pop, blacks have real depth, and the screen looks great from virtually every angle. It's accompanied by two front-facing speakers that push out clear and powerful sound.
The tablet has an almost invisible volume rocker on the left, which is reassuringly clicky and doesn't ruin the minimalistic visual aesthetic. It's got an equally clicky power button at the top, whose stark white design stands out from the rest of the Pixel Slate's sleek metallic/matte blue hardware.
The tablet has one USB C port on either side, both of which support fast charging. Not that I charge it regularly, though; this thing lasts around 10.5 hours before I ever need to find a charger. And when I do, it goes from 0% to 100% in about 2.5 hours. The tablet never gets hot, even when charging. It's always cool.
And it's the little touches that really drive home the fact that this is a premium device. Each USB C port, for example, has a small charging light next to it (orange when charging and white when the battery is full). The power button has a built-in fingerprint sensor that recognizes my fingerprint quickly and accurately. The USB C charging block has collapsible prongs (which every charger should have!) and its matte white look perfectly complements the power button, the USB C charging cable, and the USB C-to-3.5mm dongle.
Aside from that dongle (bring back the 3.5mm headphone jack!), all of that adds up to make the Pixel Slate an ideal multimedia consumption device. Basically, on the hardware side, the Pixel Slate is near-perfect.
It's the software that lets it down.
The fact that you can run Android apps alongside desktop-class software is great...in theory. In reality, most Android apps aren't optimized for the Pixel Slate's size and just appear blown out and pixelated. Either that or they have massive black bars around the sides and refuse to work in landscape mode.
And then there's the issue of figuring out which icon is an actual app and which icon is going to open a tab in Google Chrome. I click on the YouTube icon, expecting the app to open, and it'll just go to YouTube.com in Google Chrome instead. If I wanted to use the website, I would have done it myself!
Eventually, you just end up with 2 icons for the same thing; one for the actual application and one for the website. That's just impractical. But after the recent Chrome OS update, there's a little Chrome icon under the browser versions, so at least it's clear which one is which now. But it's still annoying when "apps" open up as webpages instead.
Then there's the lag that is EVERYWHERE in the system. I tap on the Settings icon and it'll be a good 5 seconds before the tablet will even respond. When I scroll through anything, whether its the apps list or a website, it's choppy and not at all as smooth as something this expensive should be.
Even when turning the device from landscape to portrait or vice versa, it takes a few seconds before the tablet will realise what I've done and flip the screen to match its orientation. It's not even as smooth as a midrange Android phone, let alone a premium competitor like the iPad Pro.
Unless you buy the keyboard accessory or have a Bluetooth keyboard at home, the Pixel Slate is essentially crippled as a productivity device. Without a keyboard, it stays in Tablet Mode permanently, and the on-screen keyboard is just not fun to type on. There are times where the on-screen keyboard will just stop responding to touch input and I have to restart the app before the keyboard starts working again. And it has issues with swiping as well, often refusing to acknowledge the first word I've swiped in.
This is not to say that Chrome OS is bad. I've used Chromebooks before and know that they are speedy and responsive. The difference is that they are actual laptops and this is a tablet/2-in-1. And Chrome OS just isn't optimized for a tablet interface...yet.
I say "yet" because Chrome OS is getting better with each update. And it gets updated regularly, which is great. For example, just a week ago, the Pixel Slate received an update that enabled virtual desktops, lessened the lag somewhat (maybe that's a placebo effect?), and improved on many of my initial criticisms. I am very hopeful that Chrome OS will eventually become a great tablet-oriented operating system that will make the Pixel Slate amazing, because the hardware is certainly there. The software just needs to be optimized properly.
But as it is right now, the muddled software experience makes the Pixel Slate's high asking price too hard to justify. For roughly the same price (including the keyboard and stylus accessories), you could get a Pixelbook instead, which is MUCH better. Or you could save some money and get a cheaper Chromebook if you are really attached to the Chrome OS experience.
Basically, when you're paying this much for a device, the user experience—i.e. the hardware, the software, and (most importantly) how well they work together—should be exceptional. For competitors like the Microsoft Surface or iPad Pro, the user experience is great. For the Pixel Slate, it just isn't.
Premium hardware is let down by badly optimized software that's laggy, choppy, and just plain confusing at times. But Chrome OS is constantly getting updated, so it should (hopefully!) get better over time. For now, the Pixel Slate is an ideal multimedia consumption device, but just average at doing anything more productive, especially without the keyboard or stylus.