Announced way back at September alongside the new Nexus devices, this is not the first time you heard about the Android Notebook-Tablet hybrid from Google
The curious Pixel C
As you can imagine is like the classic tablet with a detachable keyboard but on this occasion the bottom portion is bonded through magnets instead of ports.
Here we have the promo video to help you remind a little
As you can see one the the highlights of the tablet is owning a Tegra X1 processor, which promise to give that extra smooth feeling to your gaming.
The rest of the specs are pretty solid as expected with a 10″ screen with 2560 by 1800 pixels and an interesting 1:√2 aspect ratio, Camera combo, a USB Type-C, 3GB of RAM an 32GB or 64GB of storage and Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The device itself is pretty interesting but unfortunately the prices are a bit of a downside being asked $499 for the 32GB model or $599 for the 64GB plus the $150 for the keyboard you’ll ended up with pretty much enough to buy a full Windows 10 Notebook.
But if you really want to try one and are a diehard Android fan this is your chance to get to get the job done.
At the moment, the Google Pixel C is available in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the USA.
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Source: Google Store