https://liliputing.com/2018/03/acers-first-chrome-os-tablet-is-coming-in-april-for-329.html "The new Acer Chromebook Tab 10 is a 9.7 inch tablet that runs Google’s Chrome operating system, supports Android apps, and has no keyboard (although Acer plans to offer optional cases later this year, including with a Bluetooth keyboard). It’s a 1.2 pound tablet with with a 2048 x 1536 pixel display, a Rockchip OP1 processor (also known as RK3399), and it comes with a Wacom EMR stylus for writing or drawing. The tablet is designed for the education market, and should ship in the US in April for $329." I'm most excited about that USB 3.1 port, because that's enough bandwidth to feed 2048x1536 x24bit color @60Hz no problem. Someone could write an app for this thing that let's you use it as a pen display for a PC pretty easily!