From the Editor's Desk: Making sense of the Google Pixel Tablet

From the Editor’s Desk: Making sense of the Google Pixel Tablet

Last week’s Google I/O keynote was perhaps the most gadget-heavy Google presentation we’ve seen in almost a decade. Google’s developer conference has often hosted consumer hardware launches, but between the Pixel 6a, Pixel Buds, Pixel 7 series, and Pixel Watch, this keynote felt like it was aimed at Pixel fans just as much as software engineers. And far from being devices you’ll actually be able to buy soon, many of Google’s new gadgets won’t be available for several more months.

Most curious of all is the device we’ve come to call the Google Pixel Tablet. Google hasn’t officially named this new slate just yet, instead calling it simply “our Android tablet.” Thanks to renders revealed on-stage, we know more or less what it’ll look like, and that it’ll use a Google Tensor processor — although it’s unclear whether this will be the current, first-gen Tensor from the Pixel 6, or the second-gen SoC that’s headed to the Pixel 7 series.


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