Google Pixel Slate isn’t your best Chromebook bet

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    These logs are well exposed but some of the tree trunks in the background are lost to overexposure (click image to enlarge).

    The C123 has three metering modes — multi pattern, centre-weighted and face priority — and eight scene modes to choose from, and although we performed our tests with it set to auto, there are dedicated options for portrait, sunset, backlight and fireworks, among others.

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    Chromebooks — laptops running on Google’s browser-based Chrome OS — are generally designed for affordability, making the term “premium Chromebook” something of an oxymoron. In fact, market research firm NPD Group defines any Chromebook that’s $400 or more as premium, which is a starting price considered “budget” for Windows laptops and, well, nonexistent for Macs. 

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    The is our favorite Windows tablet, and there are many keyboard accessories out there that allow you to use the device like a laptop (including Microsoft’s own ). Most of these products make use of the Pro’s kickstand on the back, which allows you to lean and prop up the display.

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    Combine the new camera with the Plus V2’s small, battery-free pen stashed in the side of the body and you can quickly mark up photos for work, school or sharing on social. You can use the pen for writing or drawing on the screen, signing documents or easily capturing specific regions of the screen just by drawing a box around it. 

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