Google has finally made the Pixel C tablet available to buy from its online hardware store. The Pixel C is the first tablet to have been designed and produced by the search giant - this is no Nexus partnership with another company, it's all Google all the way.
The Pixel C was announced at the end of September alongside the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X smartphones, and it took its sweet time becoming available. But now it is, and you can grab the 32GB version for $499, or the one with double that storage for $599. The keyboard dock (to which the tablet attaches magnetically) costs $149.
The Google Pixel C comes with a 10.2-inch 2,560x1,800 LCD touchscreen with 308 ppi pixel density and 500-nit brightness, the Nvidia Tegra X1 chipset at the helm (with Maxwell GPU), 3GB of RAM, an 8 MP rear camera, a 2 MP front-facing unit, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a USB Type-C port, and a 34.2 Wh battery. It runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Its dimensions are 242 x 179 x 7 mm, and it weighs 517g. It's got an anodized aluminum construction, and you'll only find it in one color: silver.
I hope it comes with a stylus. The nexus 9 is a disaster for artists compared to the Samsung note series.
Extreme high expensive.
Sales have been dropping for a while now because of the rise of phablets at or below the 5.5" mark. Reviews or not the tablet hasn't been out nearly long enough to form a proper opinion on it, 3Gb on a stock Android tablet as powerful as the Pixel C ...