The tricky thing about Google’s new Pixel Slate is that it checks so many boxes a lot of people want checked on a tablet. Desktop-class web browser that won’t kick you to an app or serve up a mobile version of a website? Check. Secure OS updated with new security, bug fixes, and features on a six-week cycle? Check.

Massive library of apps to cover your needs when web apps won’t do? An interface that can switch between a touch-optimized tablet mode and a desktop mode when a keyboard and mouse are attached? USB ports that aren’t arbitrarily locked down so you can’t do basic file management? Check, check, and double check. (There are two USB-C ports on the Pixel Slate.)

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