Along with the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, Google has also announced the high-end detachable tablet called Pixel Slate. It is basically a Chrome OS tablet with a detachable keyboard cover as we have seen earlier on Microsoft Surface Pro series that converts the tablet into a laptop.

Google Pixel Slate comes from Celeron to 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processors with 16 GB RAM and 256 GB of storage, 8-megapixel front-facing, 8MP rear camera, and 12.3-inch screen with 3Kx2K display that is claimed to be faster and more efficient than a traditional LCD.

Google Pixel Slate : Full Hardware Specs, Features, Prices and Availability

It features front-firing stereo speakers just like the Pixel and Pixel 3 XL smartphones, a fingerprint sensor integrated into the power button that is a first time for a Chromebook.

Pixel Slate runs on the ChromeOS that also supports the Android apps. It comes with the Titan security chip, built-in virus protection
and automatic software updates in the background.

Pixel Slate will be sold on its own but it also comes with the Pixel Slate Keyboard that features an unusual set of circular keys. The Pixelbook Pen, which debuted last year, will be available to use with the Pixel Slate too.

Google Pixel Slate will go on sale later this year. The starting price of Google Pixel Slate is $599 with a Celeron processor, but the high-end variants will be available at $1,599 and higher. The price of Pixel Slate Keyboard is $199 and will be sold separately and the Pixelbook Pen will cost $99.ok.