This week we talked about Google's Hardware event in which they unveiled the Pixel: Phone and slate and also the Google Home Hub.
We went diving into Google's strategy with the Pixel phones, how come they are not given for free, the move from a commodity Nexus device into a Pixel premium device, why the Pixel devices don't matter, and why giving users the option to hide the (HUGE) notch is a non-design choice.
Also, we discussed about Android's failure outside of the smartphone market which brings Google to push Chrome OS on PC's and tablets, why there is no cellular option for the Pixel Slate, the baffling configuration options, the camera-less Google Home Hub, and will Apple also showcase a home device with a screen.
This is also a ridiculous price
One main two different devices although the similar spec
Lots fo software improvements not rolled out to other devices
Scratches too easily! #scratchgate
Runs Chrome OS not Android
This is ridiculously priced!
A desktop browser on a tablet is a positive
Uses Android Apps - a small number of tablet apps