Google during its press conference on Tuesday announced a new tablet – the Pixel C. Without any temporary hardware partners, the Pixel C tablet is fully a Google’s affair.
The Pixel C is a 10.2-inch consumer material with a physical Keyboard. The keyboard magnetically attaches to the device – without a kickstand – and connects through Bluetooth. You can adjust the device from 100 to 135 degrees, too. The tablet is likely Google’s take on Microsoft’s Surface and Apple’s iPad Pro (without a kickstand).
Featuring an Nvidia X1 quad-core processor with a Maxwell GPU, and 3GB of RAM inside, the Android 6.0 Marshmallow device offers 2560×1800 resolution with 308ppi and 500 nits of brightness. Plus, the tablet charges via USB Type-C.
Pricing for the Pixel C starts at $499 for the 32GB variant, and $100 more for the 64GB model. While the Bluetooth Keyboard will cost you $149. Google mentioned that the tablet will be available “in time for the holidays.”