First Google Pixel C promo video showcases the tablet's strengths

First Google Pixel C promo video showcases the tablet's strengths
Announced in September, at the same time with the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X smartphones, the Google Pixel C tablet is available to buy starting today from Google Store. Before you think about purchasing the device, perhaps you'll want to check out the first Pixel C promo video (embedded below), which was released today.

The video itself may not be among the greatest we've seen (it's just a regular promo video), but it manages to give customers a pretty good idea of what the Pixel C is: a high-end tablet that can be easily transformed into a mini-laptop with the help of an optional magnetic Bluetooth keyboard.

Unlike Google's Nexus tablets, which have been designed and manufactured with the help of other companies, the Pixel C is "the first Android tablet designed and built from start to finish by Google." The new slate sports a 10.2-inch display with 2560 x 1800 pixels (308 ppi), and is powered by an octa-core Nvidia Tegra X1 processor. It obviously runs Android Marshmallow, also featuring an 8 MP rear camera, a 2 MP front-facing camera, stereo speakers, USB Type-C port, 3 GB of RAM, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, and Bluetooth 4.1. Made out of anodized aluminum, the Pixel C measures 242 x 179 x 7 mm and weighs 517 grams.

The Google Pixel C 32 GB costs $499, while the Pixel C 64 GB can be purchased for $599. As for the attachable keyboard, this is also made out of anodized aluminum, and costs an extra $149.

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Pixel C
  • Display 10.2 inches 1800 x 2560 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP (Single camera) 2.1 MP front
  • Hardware NVIDIA Tegra X1 3GB RAM
  • Storage 64GB,
  • OS Android 8.1 Oreo


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