Google Pixel Slate Hands On: An iPad Pro Competitor?

Read the full article: http://andauth.co/PixelSlateHandsOn | The Google Pixel Slate was announced today at Google’s Pixel event and looks to be a Microsoft Surface and iPad Pro competitor. We go hands-on with it to see what it’s all about.

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47 thoughts on “Google Pixel Slate Hands On: An iPad Pro Competitor?

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  2. Anyone else completely distracted by the bum on that read head? I had such a hard time focusing on what you were saying. Looks like a nice piece of kit. Typical google quality, amazing screen, great speakers etc. How well will it run android apps though?

  3. It's googles lack of attention to detail which annoys me. Why is the pixel slate using a mixture of new pixel icons, and old ones? (ie, round icon for play store, music, movies etc etc and the older square ones for drive, keep gmail). Sloppy! I also heard android apps being emulated on chrome os is not a pleasent experience. Maybe they should stick to android os and work on porting the full chrome app to it for tablets? I dunno, but something aint right…….

  4. When propped up using the pixel slate to consume media, does it bother you that the keyboard is touching the table? I just feel like it would bother me. I didn't buy the Pixelbook because I didn't like the keys being exposed in tablet mode.

  5. I would love to see a full review on both the entry level in the thousand-dollar pixel slate for a performance comparison. Because this has go my attention.

  6. Nah, the only tablet that can compete with ipad is the sony z4 tablet. Sadly Sony discontinued making them.

  7. This isn't even a competition for iPad pro. iPad pro and surface are in their own league.

    Intel celeron with 4gigs of Ram w/ keyboard for $800🤦🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️.

  8. No headphone jack is an automatic no buy, for a huge amount of people who have both wired and wireless headphones and love and use them both, and won't to keep being able to chose which one to use, without the company forcing the decision on them.

  9. Way too overpriced for the base model, especially if you want to get the keyboard and pen. No headphone jack? It is like they want us to keep using wireless radiation filled headphones. Real bummer.

  10. At that price point it can't compete with ANYTHING with a headphone jack. $600 is pretty much enough for a decent LAPTOP will full-blown WINDOWS. Who on earth would even look at this and say: ''hey, this is worth it''? No one with hard earn money.

  11. Has anyone noticed this is an experiment by google? They are obviously mimicking apple to prove a point about consumer's behavior towards their " products"
    They made a ugly as notch and a over priced tablet

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