Pixel C

Google Pixel C benchmarks reveal a performance monster

Google Pixel C benchmarks reveal a performance monster

Last September, Google revealed an unexpected new member of its Android hardware family. And no, it wasn't a new Nexus tablet. At least not by name. The Google Pixel C looked more like a Chromebook, and even had part of the Chromebook name, but ran Android instead. Rumor has it that the Pixel C will launch sometime in the next few days. But before that happens, some benchmark sites have caught a glimpse of the 2-in-1 tablet hybrid and have revealed just how powerful, and maybe even underutilized, it could be.

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Google Pixel C hands-on

What happens when you set the Chromebook Pixel team loose on Android tablets? The Google Pixel C is the result, a sleek metal-bodied premium slate with a detachable QWERTY keyboard for those who refuse to compromise when it comes to text entry.

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This is Pixel C: Google’s premium Android 2-in-1

This is Pixel C: Google’s premium Android 2-in-1

Google has revealed a high-powered tablet by the name of Pixel C, exemplifying the best in what the Google hardware ecosystem can do. Like the original Chromebook Pixel, this device has a high-definition display and is meant to lead the way for smart devices within its software's ecosystem, in that case Chrome. In the case of the Pixel C, Google is leading the way with an Android tablet. This tablet works with a magnetically-connecting display that connects to a keyboard below.

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