At Google I/O, Google finally launched the Google Pixel tablet. The Pixel Tablet is available in three colors (Porcelain, Hazel and Rose) and rounded edges made of aluminum enclosure makes it easy to grip. The new Google Pixel tablet comes with an 11-inch display and four built-in speakers for a great visual experience.
Thanks to Tensor G2 chip, the Pixel tablet will offer impressive performance when you are multitasking.
Google claims that its own 50 Google apps are now optimized for the Pixel Tablet. For example, Google Meet can quickly adjust the lighting as you move around, supports 360-degree backgrounds, and more.
With the split screen function, you can use two apps on the screen at the same time. Also, all the Pixel exclusive software features are now available on Pixel Tablet as well.
Google also announced a companion for Pixel Tablet, the Charging Speaker Dock. The dock can charge your Pixel tablet and has speakers with four times the bass than the Pixel Tablet alone for room-filling sound. You can use it as a smart home controller, music and entertainment player, voice-activated helper or digital photo frame.
In Hub Mode, you can access all of your compatible smart home devices. Also, Pixel Tablet comes with Chromecast built-in, so you can cast videos or music from your phone to the tablet when it’s in Hub Mode.
The Pixel Tablet comes bundled with the Charging Speaker Dock for $499. You can preorder it online starting today in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Germany, France, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands, Japan and Australia at the Google Store and other retailers. It will be available to order on June 20.
Google also announced the Pixel Tablet Case for $79 that can work with the Charging Speaker Dock and has a polished metal ring stand so you can view the tablet at different angles.