The best Google Pixel Tablet deals of June 2024

Pixel Tablet on kitchen countertop
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The release date has finally arrived and the Google Pixel Tablet deals are starting to pour in. Following a lengthy preorder period, the Pixel Tablet hit store shelves this morning, June 20th, much to the joy of Google fans all over the globe. We haven't seen a ton of major discounts just yet, but we'll be updating this page with promotions as they appear. 

With the Pixel Tablet, you're getting an 11-inch, 120Hz display, powered by the same Tensor G2 as you'll find in pretty much every current Pixel device. Other features of the Pixel Tablet include 8GB of RAM and either 128GB or 256GB of storage, in addition to being the first tablet with a built-in Chromecast. The reason this is so important is thanks to the Charging Speaker Dock, which allows you to magnetically attach the Pixel Tablet and turn the device into a more powerful Nest Hub Max. 

Suffice to say, if you want to try the device for yourself, you'll find the best Google Pixel Tablet prices on the web below. Curious about about the other new devices that were unveiled during Google I/O 2023? Go take a look at our Pixel Fold preorder guide and our list of the best Google Pixel 7a deals on the web. 

The best Google Pixel Tablet deals are coming

Google Pixel Tablet 128GB: $499 at Amazon, plus 90 days of Amazon Music Unlimited

Google Pixel Tablet 128GB: $499 at Amazon, plus 90 days of Amazon Music Unlimited

If you want to go the retailer route, Amazon is selling the Pixel Tablet with Charging Speaker Dock at the same $499 price as the Google Store. They're also throwing in three months of Amazon Music Unlimited for free. 

Google Pixel Tablet 128GB: $499 at Best Buy

Google Pixel Tablet 128GB: $499 at Best Buy

Best Buy has joined the preorder party by offering the Pixel Tablet alongside the Charging Speaker Dock for the same $499 price tag as the offer above. 

Who is the Pixel Tablet for?

Official lifestyle photos with the Google Pixel Tablet

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Over the past few years, we've seen Google make great strides in improving the tablet experience across many of its own apps. Originally, the thought was that this was just because of the influx of foldable devices, which are essentially pocketable tablets. However, it's clear that Google had bigger fish to fry, literally and figuratively as it's now offering both the Pixel Tablet and the Pixel Fold.

The competition in the Android tablet space is largely dominated by Samsung, as this is the only company offering a true flagship option. However, this is also why Google opted for a different approach, as the Charging Speaker Dock transforms your Pixel Tablet into a hub to control all of your smart home devices.

Google Pixel tablet

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Google took things even further, thanks to the built-in Chromecast, allowing you to use your phone and cast movies, videos, or music to the tablet. It's truly set to offer a completely different experience than what you'll find with other tablets on the market.

And any concerns about being performant enough can be put to rest as Google's Tensor G2 chip is at the helm. This, paired with the 8GB of RAM, should provide more than enough power to handle multitasking or even video editing, in addition to your favorite Android games.

Does Google include the Charging Speaker Dock?

Official lifestyle photos with the Google Pixel Tablet

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Coming as quite a surprise, Google confirmed that it will be including the Charging Speaker Dock with every purchase of the Pixel Tablet. This removes the need to worry about paying extra for another accessory, after already paying for the tablet. Considering that the primary focus of the Pixel Tablet rests on the Speaker Dock, this makes a bunch of sense but is still a welcome surprise.

Additionally, if you find yourself wanting to have a Charging Speaker Dock in multiple rooms, you can do so. Google is offering this accessory as a standalone purchase, so you can mix and match colors with your tablet while being able to dock it in any room you want. 

Patrick Farmer
eCommerce Editor

After almost a decade of working in the e-commerce space, Patrick Farmer (he/him) began his career at Android Central as a Deals and Commerce Writer before moving into a new role as AC's eCommerce Editor in 2023. When he's not hunting down the best deals and offering shopping advice for our readers, you'll often find him listening to music, camping out at a brewery, or treating his cat like a human child. 

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