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From the editorial desk: Making sense of the Google Pixel tablet

From the editorial desk: Making sense of the Google Pixel tablet
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Last week’s Google I/O keynote was perhaps the most gimmicky Google presentation we’ve seen in nearly a decade. Google’s Developer Conference has often hosted consumer hardware launches, but between the Pixel 6a, Pixel Buds, Pixel 7, and Pixel Watch series, this talk seemed to be aimed at Pixel fans as much as software engineers. And far from being devices you’ll be able to buy soon, many of Google’s new gadgets won’t be available for several months.

Most curious of all is the device we call Google Pixel Tablet. Google has yet to officially name this new slate, simply calling it “our Android tablet.” Thanks to the renders revealed on stage, we more or less know what it will look like and that it will use a Google Tensor processor – although it is not clear if it will be the current first generation Tensor of the Pixel 6or the second generation SoC which is heading towards the Pixel 7 series.


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