C stands for Chrome, cookie, and now convertible.
This is the Google Pixel C, which is a tablet and keyboard combination.
As you can see, it has got an anodized aluminum finish [UNKNOWN] By a magnet.
And you can tilt the screen 100 and 230 degrees of movement here.
Now the keyboard is a bluetooth keyboard and it actually charges through adjusted charging so you don't really, theoretically ever need to charge it by plugging anything in, it should just work.
And Google says it will give you around two months of continuous usage.
On a single charge, now it's a 10.2-inch screen with three hundred and eight PPI, and inside it's running an NVIDIA X1 Quad-Core Processor, and there is also 3 gigabytes of RAM as well.
Now, Pixel C is running Android rather than Chrome OS, and that is the latest version of Android, which is 6.0, or Marshmallow, All of the same marshmallow features you might be expecting now on top will also be available.
There are four micro [INAUDIBLE] at the top here and the battery indicator on the back, you tap it four times and you get an indicator of battery life right there.
The PixelTeeth is available in tablet form for U.S. dollars.
They keyboard will cost you 199 U.S. dollars, and it will be available around the holiday time from the Google store.
It also comes in a 32 and a 64 gigabyte variant.
That's a first look at the Google pixel C.
If you want to find out more information, check out Cnet.com.
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