Chrome OS tablets have been expected for years, and today Acer and Google are finally teaming up to launch the first ever model: the Chromebook Tab 10.

It's pretty standard budget tablet hardware with Chrome OS loaded on it.

There's no keyboard—just a touchscreen and a passive Wacom stylus.

Google wrote a blog post pitching the device as a new piece of education hardware.

Chrome OS notebooks dominate in the education sector, and this tablet easily plugs into that ecosystem, with identical apps and security configurations.

The lack of a keyboard will mean that typing out long homework assignments won't be ideal, though.

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