We’re a bit slow, but in case you’re as slow as we are, the Google Pixel C is now available on the Google Store after being announced earlier this year in September. Unlike the last two Pixel devices, the Pixel C doesn’t run the Chrome OS operating system – instead, it runs Android Marshmallow and is technically a tablet, not a laptop. Of course, Google was keen to make these things available separately, so the Pixel C tablet itself will start from $499 USD, with the keyboard being an additional $150 USD. The tablet itself is available in two different storage variants with the 32GB being the cheaper at $499 and a 64GB variant at $599 USD.
Spec-wise, the Pixel C rocks a 10.2-inch, 2560×1800 resolution display which is powered by a Tegra X1 and 3GB RAM. It’s unclear whether Google will treat the Pixel C as they do the Nexus line of devices, but given Google runs the Android show, it can be a pretty safe bet – we can probably think of the Pixel C as that Nexus 10 refresh that we never got. As far as we’re aware, the Pixel C is very available – the list of countries is Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the USA. If that’s you and you’re hankering for some Pixel C action, you’ll want to hit up the Google Store page here.
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