Blackphone is prepping a secure tablet, according to a report from CNBC. The tablet will be a high-end model powered by the proprietary PrivatOS, which is a forked version of Android used on the company's phones.
A "Wi-Fi manager" prevents your phone from being tracked, and an ad-blocker prevents targeted pop-up ads from reaching your browser.
Besides the expectations of a high price, the Blackphone tablet, like the phone, will not offer the Google Play Store. While the lack of the Google services might hurt sales, many current and potential Blackphone customers consider Google services to be one of the largest collectors of data in the industry.