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  • The new Google Pixel Slate. Valentina Palladino
  • New UI additions make the Slate and other Chrome OS tablets easier to use without physical keyboards. Valentina Palladino
  • The 8MP rear camera. Valentina Palladino
  • The back of the Slate holds onto fingerprints too much. Valentina Palladino
  • One of the two USB-C ports for charging and connecting peripherals. Valentina Palladino
  • The settings and notification menus. Valentina Palladino
  • The updated launcher with all installed apps, a search bar, and predictive app suggestions. Valentina Palladino
  • Google's keyboard case for the Pixel Slate, featuring round "hush" keys. Valentina Palladino
  • Surprisingly, the round keys aren't horrible to type on—but they don't have as much surface area as regular square keys. Valentina Palladino
  • The trackpad is decently sized and responsive to gestures. Valentina Palladino
  • The magnetic pins attach to the Slate to keep it in place in laptop mode. Valentina Palladino
  • The $99 Pixelbook Pen just got a new coat of paint. Valentina Palladino
  • The launcher homescreen for the tablet UI in Chrome OS. Valentina Palladino
  • Split Screen in Chrome OS makes multitasking easier—for the apps that support this feature. Valentina Palladino
  • The new floating keyboard makes typing while in tablet mode easier. Valentina Palladino
  • The expanded Google Assistant window lets you speak or type requests. Valentina Palladino
  • Some answers appear in the window itself, while others will open Chrome to show more info. Valentina Palladino
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