Google Pixel Tablet to be Sold Separately Starting at 446 Euros

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Google’s Pixel tablet is set to become the lightest device ever. According to reports, the company will offer a new version of the tablet, starting at 446 euros (approximately 477 US dollars) on the European retail site, which is 34 percent cheaper than the original version with a stand.

Google will also include a Bluetooth keyboard and a stylus for the Pixel tablet. Sources also indicate that the tablet will come in two colors, Hazel and Porcelain, and will offer storage options of 128GB and 256GB.

Prices range from 446 euros to 553 euros respectively (approximately 477 US dollars and 592 US dollars).

If you prefer the convenience of the stand, the Pixel Tablet with the base will still be available, but at a higher price of 679 euros and 779 euros (approximately 727 US dollars and 834 US dollars).

 Pixel Tablet

Google will also release a Bluetooth keyboard and stylus for the Pixel Tablet. The keyboard comes in two colors to match the tablets and is expected to cost around 100 euros (approximately 107 US dollars).

The price of the stylus is still unknown, but rumors have previously suggested it will also be around 100 euros.


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