A tablet that you can use for all your creative purposes, including photo editing and video editing, and that has an OLED screen?
It’s a no-brainer.
You can’t go wrong with either the Pixel 2 or Pixel 3.
Both tablets are designed to compete with the iPad Pro, and the Pixel lineup is just as good, if not better.
So, if you’re looking for a tablet that will compete with Apple’s iPad Pros, the Pixel is a must-have.
But for anyone looking to replace an iPad Pro or Surface Pro, or just want a tablet with the same design as the Surface Pro 3, this isn’t a great option.
We’ve put together our top 5 reasons why you might want to get the Pixel.
The screen is OLED.
OLED is the latest display technology, which allows the pixels to glow and emit light in the same way that a LCD screen does.
That means that you get brighter colors and better contrast than your standard LCD display.
It also means that it looks more natural.
Plus, it’s cheaper.
OLED has been around since the mid-1990s, and it’s now in nearly every consumer electronics product on the market.
Apple has been using OLED in its products since 2012.
And it has a very good track record when it comes to battery life, thanks to a new battery pack called the 12-year battery.
The Pixel is also the first tablet to be powered by the new 12-lumen, 2,880 x 1,440 display, which is much brighter than the 1,920 x 1.440 of the iPad 3.
The device is also available with a 2,600 x 1 or 4,200 x 1 screen, depending on what you’re buying.
The design is very thin.
The thickness of the Pixel can be measured at just 1.3mm, which feels thinner than most other tablets.
And unlike many other tablets, the tablet is actually designed to be completely water-resistant.
That’s thanks to the glass panel, which makes the screen feel much lighter than glass that’s typically used for laptops and desktops.
The display is also incredibly thin, which means that there are no buttons on the Pixel, instead opting for a traditional capacitive trackpad.
And while you can actually press down on the display to toggle the display off and on, there’s no tactile way to do that.
You’ll need to hold down on a key on the front of the device to do so.
That could be annoying, but it’s probably not a problem for most people.
It’s only $329.
That sounds like a lot, but the Pixel has been available for around $399 for the previous year.
That makes it the cheapest Android tablet on the planet, and is a far cry from the Apple iPad Pro that you’ll find on the Apple Store.
The tablet comes in a variety of colors, from silver to dark grey, and comes with a variety a games, a camera, and more.
The price is also an appealing $329, making it the best price for the Pixel tablet in our review.
It has a lot of storage.
The Google Pixel 2 comes with 128GB of internal storage, while the Pixel3 comes with 256GB of storage, which includes the internal memory and the Google Pixel TV.
That should make for some nice storage when you need to edit a lot or use a lot to get your images and videos to show up.
If you need more storage, however, you can get a 128GB Pixelbook for $449.
You could also use the Pixel as a mini tablet.
The 15.6-inch Pixelbook comes in four colors, and has a 13.3-inch display, an 8MP camera, an IR blaster, and an SD card slot.
The $649 Pixelbook is also compatible with Windows 10 Mobile.
If the Pixelbook doesn’t make sense for you, you could always upgrade to the Pixel Book Pro, which has a 2.2GHz Snapdragon 810 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 1TB SSD.
The battery is good.
The 11,000mAh battery of the new Pixel 3 has a charge time of 2 hours and 10 minutes, which will be plenty of time for you to get up and running.
If your battery lasts longer, you might be better off using the battery pack, which comes with the Pixel’s microUSB connector.
The 12- and 16-hour battery packs can be upgraded to 15, 20, and 30-hour batteries.
You also have the option of getting a microUSB charging cable that comes with an adapter for a USB-C charger.
For more, see our hands-on with the new Nexus 9 and Nexus 7 tablet.