At the Nexus event today, Google has also announced a new tablet called Pixel C along with the release of Nexus 6P and 5X. Google Pixel C runs on Android 6.0 and has a 10.2-inch (2560×1800) screen that can adjust anywhere from 100 to 135 degrees. The Pixel C is Google’s answer to Microsoft Surface and iPad Pro and this tablet has been developed in house by Google.
Under the hood, the Pixel C is powered by a Nvidia Tegra X1 processor coupled with 3GB of RAM which should provide great performance.
The tablet also comes with a Bluetooth keyboard which attaches to it (sold separately) and comes for $149. The tablet will run the latest version of Android 6.0 and also feature the USB Type C port for connectivity.
Apart from these, there is no mention on the camera available on the tablet. It comes in 32GB and 64GB storage options.
Price and Availability:
Google Pixel C is priced $499 for the 32GB variant and $599 for the 64GB variant. The keyboard will cost $149. Google has mentioned that the tablet will be available during holidays, but no mention on the exact availability date.