The Google Pixel Slate Is a Brilliant Chrome OS Response to the iPad

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The Google Pixel Slate Is a Brilliant Chrome OS Response to the iPad

If you want a tablet and don’t want to deal with Apple, then this is it – the Pixel Slate is for you.

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