Subject: General Tech | November 30, 2018 - 05:42 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: pixel slate, google, chrome
The new Pixel Slate has an impressive 12.3", 3000x2000, 293ppi touchscreen, powered by the UHD 615 GPU on the Core i5-8200Y. You will also find 8GB and a 128GB SSD, what you will not find is Thunderbolt on the 2 USB-C ports nor a headphone jack. You do pay for the components and design, a Slate with those specs will cost you $1000. Ars Technica were impressed by the Chromebook, especially the inclusion of fingerprint authentication.
"The Pixel Slate may not share a silver-and-white aesthetic with the Pixelbook, but it still has a clean design, now just with a darker hue. The all-metal back sports a deep navy color with a slightly lighter blue "G" on the top-left corner."
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