This is the fully assembled Pixel C—for $349, you'd just get the tablet part.
With the release of the Android N Developer Preview and split screen coming to Android, Google's Pixel C is looking more promising than ever. To celebrate the release of the Android N Developer Preview, Google is offering a "Developer Discount" on the device—$150 off, making it $349 for the 32GB tablet. Google wants to encourage more developers to buy the tablet, but it doesn't actually require any proof of your development chops—anyone can wander over to the special site to get the discount.
The tablet is usually paired with a keyboard, but for $349 you'll just get the tablet—the keyboard is still another $149. The device is only about three months old, and it sports an Nvidia Tegra X1 SoC, 3GB of RAM, and a 10.2-inch 2560×1800 LCD.
In our review, we were fans of the all-metal body and high-res display, but we also ran into some problems. We encountered several bugs with keyboard pairing and touchscreen responsiveness, but Google has spent the past few months ironing out all of those bugs. There was also the issue of Android not being great for tablets, but with split screen coming in Android N, that looks to improve a bit. With a little more time for software debugging and the launch of (a still in development) split screen mode, it seems like now is the Pixel C's time to shine, and now you can get it for the lowest price ever.