Pixel C gallery

Price
$499 (32GB) / $599 (64GB)


Screen Size
10.2"

CPU
NVIDIA Tegra X1


RAM
3GB LPDDR4

Storage
32GB / 64GB


Camera
8MP / 2MP

Battery
34.2 WHr


Operating System
Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Pixel C gallery

If the Chromebook Pixel is Google’s vision of Chrome OS at its peak, then the Pixel C is the search giant’s equivalent for Android on a tablet. The 10.2-inch slate borrows the near-austere styling of its laptop cousin, packing a potent NVIDIA Tegra X1 chipset and plenty of fast memory to keep Marshmallow whipping along nicely.

When it really comes into its own is when paired with the removable keyboard, a $149 accessory. Clinging magnetically, and doubling as a protective case, the QWERTY ‘board pairs over Bluetooth automatically and sips charge from the Pixel C inductively.

All that style comes at a price, however, with the Pixel C starting at $499. Until Android shapes up for tablet use, meanwhile, the OS itself doesn’t quite meet the hardware’s potential.


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