Google has launched its first 2015 convertible Android tablet, the Pixel C. The device was first tipped earlier today unknowing that Google will announced the device precisely today. It comes in two storage variants, 32GB version and 64GB version, priced at $499 and $599 respectively. The detachable keyboard will be sold seperately at $149. However, the firm is still keeping its availability details under-wraps.
Just like the Nexus device launched earlier today, the Google Pixel C also runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow out-of-the-box. The keyboard connects via Bluetooth to the tablet and clings to it magnetically. When not in use, it uses inductive charge to add more days to its battery life.
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Specwise, the tablet features a 10.2-inch touch-responsive display with a pixel resolution of 3200 × 1800, touting a pixel density of 308ppi and an aspect ratio of 16:9. Under the hood is an NVIDIA Tegra X1 processor, coupled with 3GB of RAM and 256-core Maxwell GPU. The Pixel C houses front and back cameras both of which are not specified. Connectivity options included are Bluetooth 4.2, WiFi 802.11ac (dual band + MIMO), and USB Type-C. This post will be updated once we get our hands on more details.
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