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Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 (Windows) Unboxing

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Lonovo Yoga Tablet 2

Hold, tilt, stand, or hang. Yep, you can do all of that and more on the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2. In this video we unbox the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 with Windows, a 10-inch convertible tablet/notebook computer. The tablet runs on an Intel processor, has Dolby speakers, and promises 15 hours of battery life. It also comes with a free Office 365 subscription.

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There’s more in the making: Apple’s next event is on October 30

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Never in recent memory have we had this many tech events scheduled back-to-back-to-back as this October 2018. We’re only half way through and we’ve been to four so far — launches for the LG V40, Google Pixel 3, Razer Phone 2, and Huawei Mate 20. Sadly, we missed Microsoft’s Surface event.

Techtober, as some journalists call it, is one of the busiest months and it seems Apple wants to end it with a bang as it sends out invites to an October 30 event in Brooklyn, New York. The announcement comes a little over one month after the company unveiled its next generation of iPhones, and only a few days after the more affordable iPhone XR rolls out to over 50 countries and territories.

Thinner bezels will be a running theme throughout the event, as Apple is expected to unveil a new iPad Pro with Face ID, and possibly a low-cost MacBook or MacBook Air as reported by Bloomberg.

 

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Google Pixel 3 announcement roundup: All the great things they unveiled

Google is the gift that keeps on giving

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This year’s Made by Google event just wrapped up and in case you missed it, here’s a quick wrap-up of everything that went on and all the announcements that were made. Enjoy!

7 magazine covers were shot with Google’s new phone

Why? Because they can. Eager to prove that their new smartphones can shoot even better than their previous release, they put the Pixel 3 to the test.

A partnership with legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz was announced so expect to see more stunning photographs from these new phones.

The Google Pixel 3 is here

The notched successor to the Pixel 2 has been unveiled and it now comes in another color, Not Pink. Spoiler: It sort of looks like it really is pink (which makes me want it since I like all things pink).


It comes with three cameras in all, with the phone still heavily relying on software for their impressive photography. Of course, there are now new photo features such as Top Shot which allows you to go back and pick the best shot, and the Group Selfie cam which gives your selfies wide-angled capabilities.

It also features a full glass back and wireless charging capabilities. And speaking of charging…

READ MORE: Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL retain single rear camera, add wireless charging

Introducing the Pixel Stand

This new nifty device is basically a wireless charging stand for your Pixel 3. But, of course, it does a lot more. Plugging your phone in changes the screen to a mode which better allows you to see what’s on the phone even from across the screen. It also turns your phone into the best smart photo frame ever!

Google Home Hub is more than just a smart speaker

It also has a screen! Designed to be easily integrated into your home, this smart device is intuitive, even more capable, and is less intrusive. The Google Home Hub can recognize everyone in the family and will tailor actions and responses to the person. Its Ambient EQ feature adjusts colors throughout the day so that it’s easier on the eyes and the screen turns off at night when you sleep.

There’s a new Home View feature which allows you to control your home easier and it also turns into the best picture frame ever when not in use. How? It can make you an album slideshow from your Google Photos, or you can make Live Albums which will curate your photo album depending on which person you choose to see. The best part? Machine learning will filter out the bad photos — the dark, blurry, and the duplicates — so you’ll never see a crappy photo on your high-tech frame.

The Pixel Slate is Google’s newest tablet

Google wants the best of both worlds and they’ve vowed to have taken all the best things from a smartphone and desktop, and put it on this new tablet. The Pixel Slate has an amazing display and dual-front facing speakers for the ultimate movie experience. Handling will significantly improve with this tablet because its UI is optimized for the touchscreen. And, the power button is a fingerprint sensor! There’s also a Pixel Slate keyboard that connects to the Pixel Slate in a snap — no pairing or connecting necessary.

SEE ALSO: The Pixel Slate is Google’s first tablet to run Chrome OS

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The Pixel Slate is Google’s first tablet to run Chrome OS

Android is not for tablets anymore

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Google didn’t just announce the Pixel 3 phones today, they also welcomed a new member to the Pixel family: the Pixel Slate. The Slate is a practically a 2-in-1 tablet that runs Chrome OS — not Android.

Right off the bat, the Pixel Slate is a full-sized 12.3-inch tablet with an LCD using Low Temperature PolySilicon (LTPS) technology. Google is proud of its 293ppi resolution and color accuracy which will be pleasing to mainstream consumers, and even professionals. Complementing it are two front-facing speakers that are said to be loud and crisp.

What’s perhaps the best feature of the Pixel Slate is its operating system. This version of Chrome OS is redesigned to be touch-optimized. Of course, it can also do a regular desktop interface.

Inside the tablet are powerful specifications. It’ll come with either Intel Celeron or Core m3, i5, or i7 processors and memory options from 4GB to 16GB. You won’t run out of space with the Pixel Slate and its top 256GB SSD configuration, but you could also just settle for 32GB.

The rest of the specs include 8-megapixel cameras on both sides, which use machine learning to do portrait mode. It also has an embedded fingerprint reader on the power button and two USB-C ports. As for the battery, it’s rated to last up to 12 hours on a single charge.

To fully enjoy the Pixel Slate for productivity, it has a specially designed keyboard folio with circular keys, trackpad, and a dedicated Assistant button.

The Google Pixel Slate will go on sale later this year starting at US$ 599. The keyboard folio will be sold separately for US$ 199, while the PixelBook Pen remains at US$ 99.

SEE ALSO: Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL retain single rear camera, add wireless charging

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