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Looks like Google is not done with their Pixel tablet lineup just yet and is all set to release the new Google Pixel Slate. We have already heard a lot about this upcoming tablet but now that it’s officially here, we will learn more about this tablet which includes the Google Pixel Slate Nigeria price and whether it can truly replace the need of a laptop or not.
On paper, a 12.3-inch LCD display showing 3000x2000 pixels resolution and 293ppi of pixel density doesn’t sound like a new feature that should peak your interest. However, according to Google it’s a Molecular Display with new technology that’s capable of getting 400 nits for using it in bright areas and offers 72% NTSC color. Once you pick up the tablet, another thing that will grab your attention other than its beautiful display is how light the tablet is. It’s quite thin at 7.0mm and weighs about 721g. It’s not as light as the Apple iPad Pro 12.9 (2017) but it’s almost there. Considering it’s a big device, it’s surprisingly comfortable to hold. There is no 3.5mm headphone jack which is slightly disappointing. The display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5 and it’s alunminum body makes it easy for users to hold. Users can find this tablet in only one color after the Google Pixel Slate release date Nigeria: Midnight Blue.
There are five different options to choose from and the cheapest Pixel Slate will be packing an Intel Celeron Processor while the most expensive one comes with an 8th Gen Intel Core i7 Processor. For those of you who are interested to check out the cheapest options: you can get the Intel Celeron Processor paired with an optional 4GB or 8GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB of built-in storage. Google promoted this tablet for everyone starting from people who are interested to get a powerful desktop experience with multitasking support to people who just want a good tablet for the whole family with focus on its entertainment factor. Just like the Samsung DeX feature we have seen in Samsung Galaxy Note 9 or Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, users can connect this tablet with a monitor mouse and keyboard to get a workstation like experience. The powerful front facing speakers are there if you want to make the best use of that 3-month free YouTube TV trial that you will get with this tablet.
According to Google, the Google Pixel Slate should last up to 10 hours after a decent amount of use that includes some web browsing, other usage and standby time. Users can also get 2 hours of battery life by just charging it for 15 minutes. We will be able to learn more about the battery life after the Google Pixel Slate release date Nigeria. To get the most out of this tablet, you can get the Pixel Slate Keyboard that comes with backlit keys or the Google Pixelbook Pen. However, these are not included with the box and are slightly expensive. Some of the other noteworthy features include: 8-megapixel front camera with wide field of view, 48Wh battery, 8-megapixel rear camera with f/1.8 aperture, fingerprint sensor, Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 2x2 (MIMO), dual-band (2.4 GHz, 5.0 GHz) and two USB-C port for charging.
The starting price of the Google Pixel Slate will be ₦ 188500 while the most expensive option will cost you a whopping ₦ 503300 . The Google Pixel Slate release date Nigeria is still a mystery at this point. Now that you already know the Google Pixel Slate Nigeria price, you can either start saving or check out its competitors: Microsoft Surface Pro 2017 or Apple iPad 9.7 (2018).
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