We all know very well that the tech giant Google has an event scheduled for October 9, where it will showcase the new smartphones of the Pixel line, of course, the all-new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL and not only that, even the tech giant Google will also launch its Pixel Slate with game-changing new feature.
Google To Launch Its Pixel Slate With Game-Changing New Feature
Pixel Slate, the rumored tablet or convertible laptop of the tech giant Google that the Mountain View company, of course, the tech giant Google is expected to present in a few days, could have dual booting with Chrome OS and Windows 10.
We know that the tech giant Google’s new flagship smartphones, Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, will be presented on October 9th. What also seems clear is that they will not come alone, and analysts agree that the Mountain View, of course, the tech giant Google is also planning to show us the new devices Made by them for the next year.
One of the devices that we will probably meet in the event will be the all-new Pixel Slate of the tech giant Google, which is the newfound commercial name of a device that may sound like Nocturne, the code name that was used until now by the media.
The tech giant Google’s Pixel Slate is a Google tablet or a convertible laptop whose most outstanding feature that we know so far is that the keyboard is detachable from the screen. It would be a device of smaller dimensions than the Pixelbook and would be specially designed to compete with the tech giant Microsoft Surface Go.
The information we used so far pointed to the operating system of the Pixel Slate would be Chrome OS, but it seems that the device will finally have the dual boot that will also offer Windows 10.
This is clear from a new report published by the well-known medium, of course, I am talking about the 9to5Google, which has discovered a confirmation of the development code that seems to indicate that Nocturne will have support for Windows 10.
If so, this would mean that the Pixel Slate would be the second Google device, after the Pixelbook, which would allow dual booting with Chrome OS and Windows 10. Another option could be that the Mountain View company, of course, the tech giant Google is studying to offer Windows 10 support for certain Chromebooks soon, including the Pixel Slate as well. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.