Google teased a Pixel Tablet at I/O 2022, but didn’t reveal much besides a few renders and a vaguely positive description. It didn’t say whether it will support stylus input, but apparently it will – a Google tablet was certified by the Universal Stylus Initiative (USI).
USI lists the device only as “Tangor” (a kind of citrus fruit), which is clearly a code name. But there is no mistaking it, Google has only one tablet in the works – the Pixel Tablet. And even that won’t come out anytime soon, it is expected in 2023.
As the name suggests, USI created a standard for styluses that works between brands. Google isn’t new to USI, in fact, it has been a member since 2018 and some Chromebooks already support such a stylus (others use proprietary solutions). You can find the list on the official site.