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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To condense the keyboard, Google moved a few less-used keys from the physical keyboard to the on-screen display.
The Pixel C's screen measures 10.2 inches with a 2,560x1,800-pixel resolution.
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.
The "C" in Pixel C stands for convertible. It's a nod to the hybrid nature of the tablet.
The back of the tablet is made out of sleek aluminum. This makes it resemble the Apple iPad Pro more than Microsoft Surface 3.
The svelte tablet isn't bogged down by the Bluetooth keyboard. Both are fashionably slim.
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.
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.
Some details, including camera specs, are still a mystery.
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.
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