New images of what may be the Google Pixel Slate, a Chrome OS tablet, have leaked out. Shared by MySmartPrice, the renders show a tablet device with front and rear-facing cameras and a Google logo on its rear. Also rumored to be included is a power button that could double as a fingerprint reader, a USB-C port, and possibly front-facing speakers.
The Pixel Slate will allegedly have two major accessories. The first is a capacitive stylus, which you can see in the image above. The second is a keyboard accessory that has circular keys and a touchpad. There's also a Google Assistant button between the left Control and Alt keys. This keyboard accessory has a foldable part to prop up the Pixel Slate and let you use it like a laptop.
There's no word yet on the spec details for this new device, nor any indication about how much it might cost. The Pixelbook was priced as a premium product, and this Pixel Slate looks to be a high-end device as well, so don't be surprised if this new device also comes with a premium-tier price tag. The good news is that Google's event is just a few days away, so it won't be long before all of the official details are spilled.
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