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Google Takes On Microsoft And Apple’s Tablets With Its Latest Pixel Slate

Google is taking one more shot at the tablet industry with its all-new tablet, dubbed as Pixel Slate. The firm’s new device takes on Microsoft’s Surface Pro and Apple iPad Pro tablets. Google states that Pixel Slate merges optimized Android apps, a touch-first UI, and desktop-style functions in Chrome operating system.

It sports curved 2.5D glass and rounded edges. Having thickness of 7 mm and a 1.6 Lbs of weight, Pixel Slate has a screen that covers almost the entire front of the table. It also has Molecular Display with 293 of pixel density.

Google states that the new tablet provides almost 12 Hours of battery life in a single charge. The new tablet by Google has a full desktop Chrome browser with extensions and is powered by the firm’s personal Chrome OS. Pixel Slate bundles an additional layer of safety with Titan security processor. It also includes Pixel Imprint. This is a power button that also acts as a fingerprint sensor.

Speaking of tablets, the Cupertino-located tech behemoth Apple is likely to roll out its newest series of iPad Pro soon. It is anticipated that the new devices will come with some essential design modifications. Earlier, it was claimed that the forthcoming iPad Pro devices will come with FaceID and Animoji support. Now the latest report has emerged online recommending that the new iPad Pro series will remove the 3.5mm audio jack.

As per a media report, Apple is aiming to ditch the 3.5mm audio jack from its iPad Pro series. This indicates that the forthcoming iPads will have a lightning adapter similar to the new series of iPhones. In addition to this, the report also claims that the new devices will come to have support for Face ID. On the other hand, the functionality will operate only in portrait mode.

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