New images of Google’s Pixel Slate tablet show off a USB-C port and round keys

Google 's Pixel 3 XL is not just ahead of next big event. The image of the company's pixel slate tablet was also hurt.

Google's first Chrome tablet rumor circulated in recent weeks . MySmartPrice today released several images of devices that use Chrome OS and a discrete keyboard to show off their devices. The site reported that it has a 3: 2 aspect ratio, has a pen, and has a pair of cameras, one on the front and one on the back. There is also a USB-C port on the side and speakers on both sides that seem to be missing the headphone jack. Finally, MySmartPrice points to the black section on the back of the tablet and may be for cellular connections.

The photo on the detachable keyboard differs from the image leaked in September at Brydge, a Bluetooth keyboard maker. Brydge introduced a detachable keyboard with a square key and connected to the tablet via Bluetooth. However, Brydge's keyboard may be a non-keyboard model or a third-party device created by Google. This new set of images boasts a keyboard with a real connector and a circular key with a dedicated Google assistant key (matching the short video from Unboxed Chrome last month).

Due to a separate leak, the blue pen image that appears in Google MySmartPrice 's report is through ChromeUnboxed () Google

The convertible tablet appears to be aimed at Apple's iPad Pro and Microsoft Surface Pro tablet, with up to 16GB of RAM and multiple configurations with Intel i7 processors.

Google's event will be held on Tuesday, October 9 at 11am and will feature Pixel 3 phones and chargers, slate tablets, Google Updates on Home Hub, Pixelbook, Chromecast, etc. will be released.