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Google's latest tablet

The Pixel C is the latest and largest tablet from Google. It's geared toward people who want to get work done on the go, and it features a detachable Bluetooth keyboard.

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Keyboard case

To condense the keyboard, Google moved a few less-used keys from the physical keyboard to the on-screen display.

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HD screen

The Pixel C's screen measures 10.2 inches with a 2,560x1,800-pixel resolution.

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Yeah! Magnets!

The tablet attaches to a special keyboard case using magnetism; the two connect via Bluetooth. The magnet attachment is so strong, you can hold it upside down without the tablet detaching.

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C for convertible

The "C" in Pixel C stands for convertible. It's a nod to the hybrid nature of the tablet.

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Premium design

The back of the tablet is made out of sleek aluminum. This makes it resemble the Apple iPad Pro more than Microsoft Surface 3.

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Thin and thinner

The svelte tablet isn't bogged down by the Bluetooth keyboard. Both are fashionably slim.

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Battery-powered

The keyboard comes with a small battery that charges when you use the keyboard as the tablet's cover. The charging time is just a few minutes, and when fully charged the keyboard's battery lasts for about two months.

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Promising specs

On the inside the Pixel C has a Nvidia X1 quad-core processor and an Nvidia Maxwell GPU, as well as 3GB of system memory.

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Rear camera

Some details, including camera specs, are still a mystery.

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Pixel me this

The 32GB model is priced at $500 and the 64GB is $600. The keyboard will cost $150.

Google will reveal more information on the Pixel C in the coming weeks and the tablet itself is set to be available during the holidays. Check back after the tablet's released for a full review on CNET.

Check out all of the secrets revealed at today's Google Nexus event here.

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