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According to Digital Trends (This article and its images were originally posted on Digital Trends November 30, 2018 at 07:07AM.)
Chrome OS didn’t have tablets in mind when it was first introduced. There’s no question about that. But to account for the Pixel Slate (and a recent cropping of other Chrome tablets), Google has introduced software changes to support touch-only controls and make the Pixel Slate more than a laptop with a touchscreen.
Some of these new features are still buggy, but that can always be fixed. The larger issue is a philosophical one that no other device attempts to address. Can two operating systems functionally coexist on just one device – and do we even want them to?
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