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- Jan 5, 2011
It looks like Google's latest tablet could be a powerful force to be reckoned with, even if it is a bit pricey. The Google Pixel C is a 10.2-inch 2-in-1 tablet hybrid with a Tegra X1 Processor, 3GB Ram, USB-Type C and a 2560x1800 resolution. You can also get an optional bluetooth keyboard cover to go with it.
The Pixel C's latest benchmarks show it is no slouch in multi-core horsepower, hitting 1395 on single-core performance and 4345 on multi-core. The tablet costs $499 and the optional keyboard cover is $149, which is definitely on the high-end. Of course, you are getting big bang for your buck, so it might be worth it for those needing this level of productivity in a 10-inch tab.
From the look of this device, it appears Google wants it to compete agains the Apple iPad Pro and the Microsoft Surface Pro. When compared to those devices, the price becomes much more attractive, but we aren't sure it will accomplish either of what these iconic devices will do. What do you folks think?
Source: google Pixel C - Geekbench Browser
Here's our dedicated Google Pixel C Android tablet forum for further discussion: Google Pixel C Hybrid Tablet | Android Tablet Forum