Google Pixel C
Operating System: Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Processors: Nvidia Tegra X1 64 bit processor
Storage: 32 GB and 64 GB
RAM: 3 GB
Size: 242 x 179 x 7 mm
Weight: 517 g
Display: LTPS LCD
Screen Size: 10.2 inches
Resolution: 2560 x 1800 pixels(308 PPI)
Port: USB Type-C
Camera: Rear 8 MP, Front 2 MP
Material: Anodized Aluminum
$739.99 (Amazon Price)
Slim and Compact
Long Battery Life
USB type C
Sharp and Bright Screen
Keyboard- more of a load than a necessity
No expandable memory
Google did it again with it’s all new Tablet, Pixel C. This one is by far the best tablet that i have used till date. The performance of the Tablet is without any doubt top the notch and it does all the operations without a sweat.
It runs on Marshmallow which allows you to search anything faster and with 3 gigs of RAM. it sure packs a whole lot of potential in it. The display is very bright & vibrant and i could easily grasp the quality of the screen as compared to other tablets.
The whole body is of metal including the power and volume rocker keys which shows it’s sturdiness and smoothness. The back panel can be seen with it’s Logo which also functions as a battery indicator once you double-knock on it. If we compare the tablet + keyboard it sure looks like a compact Chromebook.
The keyboard is well built and has a good distance between the keys which allows to easily type in. With a price of an extra $150 it is quite compact and works exceptionally fine. It has a magnetic panel which connects with the tablet and allows the tablet to rest at an angle for the perfect view. It charges automatically from the tablet while the screen is closed with the keyboard. To disalign the tablet from the keyboard we have to twist them in the opposite direction. It is not backlit so while typing in the darkness we have to rely on the screen light.
The keyboard can be easily attached and detached from the tablet, if both are carried then it puts up a little bit extra weight which is a drawback.
The tablet comes with a full package of power and speed, it is device made for performing work while toggling between games and music. The RAM allows it to run the applications very smoothly. If one uses the tablet with it’s full capacity then it needs to be charged every night otherwise for a moderate user it can work for 2-3 days.
Google Pixel C sure is the best tablet that one can find in the market if talking about the hardware, operating system, ease of access(keyboard). But it can still work on things like split-screen & backlit in keyboard other than that this is the tablet one should definately go for. As compared to the price of its competitors it provides a nice deal.