Google Launches Pixel C 10.2-Inch Tablet in Time for the Holidays [Video]

Google Launches Pixel C 10.2-Inch Tablet in Time for the Holidays [Video]

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Google has announced the launch of its Pixel C 10.2-inch tablet just in time for the holidays.

The Pixel C’s high-resolution, 10.2” display is crisp, colorful, and bright—in fact it’s one of the brightest tablets out there—perfect for sharing photos and videos with family over the holidays. Graphics horsepower and stereo speakers mean the Pixel C can keep up with you whether you’re watching a new episode of "Silicon Valley" or playing a new game.

Google Launches Pixel C 10.2-Inch Tablet in Time for the Holidays [Video]

The Pixel C features a full-size keyboard which attaches seamlessly using magnets and automatically connects via Bluetooth.

When the tablet and keyboard are closed together, the keyboard charges wirelessly and automatically—so you never have to worry about it running out of juice. And when you don’t need to type, the keyboard tucks securely behind the tablet with magnets—out of the way but close by for when you need it.



Google says the Pixel C is the first tablet designed with Android 6.0 Marshmallow in mind. It features 10 hours of battery life, Now on Tap, and regular security and feature updates direct from Google.

The tablet starts at $499 and is now available on the Google Play Store.

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Google Launches Pixel C 10.2-Inch Tablet in Time for the Holidays [Video]
Average Reviewer - December 9, 2015 at 10:52pm
I'm sorry but that video for the pixel C where the designers are talking about it just looks really subpar. Especially when they say "It's not just a tablet, it's a tablet with a keyboard" like wow how original.
PaulieP - December 9, 2015 at 5:42pm
Awe, that's cute, they even found a female wannabe Johnny Ives. Good on ya Google for stealing people's info and making a device that is meager at best. Cheers!
Marco6958 - December 9, 2015 at 1:48am
Why would anyone want to use Google's device these days when Google has been caught stealing users data/photos and selling them to advertisers/telemarketers and government agencies? It is like handing your house key to a thief when using Google's devices and services.
PaulieP - December 9, 2015 at 5:42pm
I agree completely
Lala - December 8, 2015 at 11:30pm
Far cry from the iPad Air 2 but looks pretty good
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