Google Pixel Slate Review: half-baked



The Pixel Slate, Google’s first Chrome OS tablet. It should be able to do it all – run a full desktop web browser, Android apps, the works. It should be able to replace your computer and do things the Apple iPad Pro can’t. The potential is there, but Dieter Bohn shows us why the bugs ruin the experience.

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