Google Unveils The Pixel C Tablet
After unveiling a new Pixel Chromebook back in March, Google now introduced the latest addition to the Pixel line-up: the Pixel C tablet.
Google's first tablet is 10.2 inches, is designed completely in-house, and powered by Android Marshmallow.
Serving as a competitor for Apple's iPad Pro and Microsoft's Surface line, the tablet can also be used as a makeshift laptop with add-ons, such as an optional, smart Bluetooth keyboard.
Other specs include a USB-C port, NVIDIA's Tegra X1, and a 308 PPI display.
The Google Pixel C is due out this holiday season, retailing for $499 USD with 32GB of storage, while a 64GB version will go for $599 USD.