Source: Android Central

Google’s Chrome OS powers more than just laptops. From devices as large as desktops to small children’s tablets, the operating system is flexible enough to work on a variety of devices. While Chromebooks have been steadily creeping higher in price and specs over the past couple of years, the same can’t be said about Chrome tablets. Yes, we’ve seen some excellent ones like the Lenovo Duet, which perform well for their price. Still, it’s been a while since we’ve seen one that could take on the likes of the iPad Pro or Surface Pro and make a good argument for why you should pick it over those devices, and that’s a real shame.

The Pixel Slate was the first and last prosumer Chrome OS tablet.

Before Chrome tablets were a thing, Google once pushed Android tablets as iPad rivals. It had its own Nexus tablet line, and every other Android manufacturer had an Android…

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