Google Pixel C Convertible Tablet Likely to be in Your Hands this Holiday Season

September 30, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As you know already, Google unboxed their new range of Nexus devices; the Nexus 5X from LG and the bigger Nexus 6 6P from Nexus-debutant Huawei.

But what came as a surprise at the launch event was the onset of a new convertible, which Google lovingly calls the Pixel C.

Just like the Nexus devices, Google’s latest tablet offering is a flagship device, and promises to offer what all tablet users have been craving for – a powerful Android experience on a bigger screen.


It’s been outed by the same team behind Chromebook Pixel, and comes with all premium features that were present in it, and even more.

The extra c here denotes ‘Convertible’, which is offered by a $149 keyboard deck. The tablet alone will cost $499. and w

What does it give in return for that price? A 10.2-inch screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1800 pixels (308ppi), Nvidia’s Tegra X1 SoC with quad-core CPU, Maxwell GPU, 32 GB storage and a RAM of 3GB are what you get. All these do justify the price tag of the device.

To make it even worthier, the Pixel C has also got other features like USB Type C support, aluminum finish, Android Marshmallow OS.

The tablet will offer you a smooth experience, and you can always get more with the addition convertible keyboard. Knuckling the keyboard stand to the Pixel C is as easy as ever, and can be folded to cover your tablet when not being used, which will also have the keyboard charged wirelessly.


Google will also present a 64GB model, which will arrive for $ 100 extra compared to the 32 GB model. Although with the Nexus devices scheduled to debut in markets soon, Google hasn’t revealed the dates for the bigger device. But word is that it will be launched in line with the holiday season.

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