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The launch of the Pixel Tablet marked Google’s confident (-ish) step back into creating Android hardware and software designed around larger displays, one that for all intents and purposes not only bore meaningful fruit in the tablet itself, but its foldable cousin, the Pixel Fold. Google’s big idea – besides leaning into custom hardware like the Tensor G2 – was to accept tablets’ role as a couch companion. A homebound computer that’s portable enough to slip in a backpack, but at its strongest when it’s the first big screen you reach for or speak to at home. Key to that realization was the Charging Speaker Dock that was bundled with the Pixel Tablet at no additional cost, and Hub Mode, which turns the Pixel Tablet into a smart-home-controlling Google Nest Hub when it’s docked.

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