The Pixel C is the latest addition to Google’s Pixel range, which also features the very popular Chromebook Pixel. The largely-unexpected Android tablet, which appears to have its sight set on Microsoft Surface slates, features a convertible design, stunning display and robust NVIDIA processor.
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Google Pixel C features similar look as the Chromebook Pixel with a solid body made of aluminium. It has a silver finish and rather sharp edges. On the rear is a Pixel logo painted with Google’s traditional colours of yellow, red, green and blue.The tablet, which is the first Android slate to be built in-house by Google, crams in a massive 10.2-inch display with an impressive resolution of 2560 x 1800 pixels for a pixel density of about 308 pixels per inch. Google Pixel C is engineered for very impressive performance with the latest Tegra X1 processor from the stable of NVIDIA. With support provided by a 256-core Maxwell GPU and 3 GB of RAM, the chip should deliver very solid performance, especially for gaming purposes.The slate runs on the latest Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) operating system – a break from the Chrome OS that powered earlier Pixel devices. What this means is that you will have to be content with running only apps designed for Android devices, even when using the Pixel C in laptop mode.
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