Google today has unveiled the latest Android flagship tablet – Pixel C. Sounds familiar? That’s because the device comes from the very same team behind the Chromebook Pixel.
Instead of running Chrome OS, the Pixel C is running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. It features a 10.2-inch display with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,800 pixels, that’s 308 ppi pixel density. The slate is powered by NVIDIA Tegra X1 chipset with 3 GB of RAM.
Just like the new Nexus, the Pixel C comes with USB Type-C port. Google took time to highlight the new adjustable keyboard combined with a stand. The new keyboard can be adjusted from 100 to 135 degrees. It attaches to the tablet and also charges wirelessly when you fold the Pixel C over it.
The new Google Pixel C is priced at USD $499 for 32 GB model and USD $599 for the 64 GB one. The keyboard sold separately for an additional USD $149 though.