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Google Pixel C Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelPixel C
DateFeb 2017
Processor frequency1.9 GHz
Processor familyNVIDIA Tegra
Processor modelX1
Processor cores4
Internal memory3 GB
Internal memory typeLPDDR4-SDRAM
Display diagonal25.9 cm (10.2")
Display resolution2560 x 1800 pixels
LED backlightYes
Touch technologyMulti-touch
Display technologyLTPS
Display brightness500 cd/m²
Touchscreen typeCapacitive
Pixel density308 ppi
Display number of colours16.78 million colors
Built-in speaker(s)Yes
Built-in microphoneYes
Ports & interfaces
Combo headphone/mic portYes
USB 3.2 Gen 1 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-C ports quantity1
Microphone inYes
Headphone outYes
Weight & dimensions
Width242 mm
Depth7 mm
Height179 mm
Weight0.517 g
Top Wi-Fi standardWi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)
Wi-Fi standards802.11a,Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac),802.11b,802.11g,Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Bluetooth version4.1
Wi-Fi DirectYes
Internal storage capacity64 GB
Card reader integratedNo
Compatible memory cardsNot supported
Storage mediaFlash
Rear cameraYes
Rear camera resolution (numeric)8 MP
Front cameraYes
Video recordingYes
Front camera resolution (numeric)2 MP
Battery life (max)10 h
Battery capacity (Watt-hours)34.2 Wh
Form factorSlate
Product colourAluminium,Silver
Device typeFull-size tablet
Ambient light sensorYes
Personal info management (PIM)Alarm clock,Calendar,Notes
Proximity sensorYes
Electronic compassYes

Reviews of Google Pixel C
Reviewed on 2016-11-07
Nicelooking, nicely made hardware. That screen is beautiful, and that processor is crazy fast. The roottwo aspect ratio is a smart one
Way too small to be really good at multitasking, and too small to be a great keyboard. Android's never been good for tablets, and it's not now either. Too many apps don't work or look good on the bigger screen
It's important that Google's new Pixel C tablet is a Pixel, rather than a Nexus . The Nexus lineup has always tried to be best-in-breed, proof that Android can be better than Samsung or HTC lets on. Pixel, on the other hand, proves a point. They built out...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-10
Android tablets are great, but they never quite seem to hit the heights set by the Apple iPad — neither in terms of build quality, weight, responsiveness, nor general versatility.In an attempt to change this, Google has released the Pixel C tablet (along...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-22
Beautiful display, Premium build, Extremely long battery life, Fast and smooth performance,
Incomplete software, Screen clicks when pushed, Expensive keyboard
After the silent death of Google Nexus 9, Google Pixel C has become the only tablet being listed on Google Store. Buying the Pixel C is also the best way to get pure Android in tablet form at the moment, however, it has to face many challenges as the tabl...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-08
Tablets were the big thing a few years ago, purportedly soon to displace PCs. It didn't happen, and tablet sales have been dropping for several years. Except for one kind of tablet: the kind with a detachable keyboard, epitomized by Microsoft's Surface Pr...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-07
great design, sophisticated materials, Android 6.0, fast SoC, 3 GB RAM, USB Type-C, very bright display, high viewing angle stability, good camera in daylight, long battery runtimes
no microSD slot, no GPS, no WWAN, camera noise in low-light situations, keyboard costs 170 Euros extra
Notebook ambitions. Powerful SoC, good display, a brand-new Android 6.0 and even an optional keyboard: The 10.2-inch Google Pixel C wants to compete with high-end tablets and it can actually leave a very good impression in our review...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-29
The build is where the Pixel line shines, as quality is one of Google's biggest ideas behind it. The Pixel C continues the trend that the Chromebook Pixel started. It is the little brother, if you will. Smaller in size and lesser in capability (and in pri...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-25
In early 2010, Google and HTC launched the Nexus One . While it was designed in a partnership between Google and HTC, it represented Google's first step into the arena of smartphone hardware design. Since that time, having a Nexus device designed and manu...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-18
Pixel C is the first all-Google Android tablet. It has a 10.2-inch screen and is designed to be used with a companion keyboard that also doubles as a protective cover. The tablet isn't quite a total replacement for your laptop but it could qualify as the...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-13
Speed It's the fastest tablet I've ever used. Maybe even the fastest Android device, really. While it lacks any sort of splitscreen app functionality, transitioning between multiple running apps is insanely fast, Display It's a Pixel, so the display is cl...
Android Yeah, Android. This tablet was clearly meant to run Chrome OS, but something happened and it didn't work out that way. Google would've been much better off just holding off on releasing this till Chrome OS was more touchfriendly. Android just isn'...
I've long been an advocate for the usefulness of Android tablets, but even I've been questioning my own words over the past year or so. After switching to a Chromebook Flip as my main laptop and tablet, I rarely even use my Android tablets for anything mo...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-11
Brilliant display, Powerful processor, Long battery life, Strong hinge and excellent hybrid experience
Android on tablets needs work, Cramped keyboard
Powered by a brawny Nvidia Tegra X1 processor, the Pixel C is the first Android tablet that Google has built on its own. It's also a very compelling option, thanks to its beautiful display, long-lasting battery and detachable design. The Android platform...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-11
Excellent tablet hardware, from the powerful Tegra X1 SoC, to the highresolution display and metalclad body.
Android is not well suited to productivity. The optional keyboard accessory is awkward, expensive, and generally terrible.
The Pixel C isn't the first tablet that's been branded and sold by Google. Before the company has offered a collection of Nexus tablets, including the popular Nexus 7 and powerful Nexus 9, however this is the first one to be fully developed in-house. Not...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-08
Ingenious industrial design, Powerful hardware, Good battery life, Stunning display
Inexcusably flakey software, Expensive, Poor cameras, Keyboard not included
Interesting things happen when Google decides to bring its hardware design in-house and the new Pixel C is the perfect example of this.Google's been pushing out its own hardware for years – in the world of mobile it partners with established manufacturers...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-30
2015 has not been a great year for tablets - unless you are Microsoft. But as the year approaches its end, one final entry wants to be considered. The new Pixel C from Google. It was unveiled at Google's Nexus event late in September and a few weeks back...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-29
Google shows a deft touch for hardware at times, and the Pixel C is one of those occasions. It's a clear cousin to the Chromebook Pixel, with a squared-off anodized aluminum casing and Gorilla Glass protected display. The refreshing absence of logos is pr...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-22
A large, beautiful display, Excellent build quality, Impressive (optional) keyboards, Nexuslike promises of software updates
It's heavy, And the keyboards make it heavier (and thicker), A good bit of wonk in Android on this platform, Too many apps don't play nice with landscape orientation
It's easy when reviewing a device to get distracted by what the product could have been, or what it maybe was supposed to have been, rather than what it actually is. And that distraction is even more apparent when it comes to the Google Pixel C, a beautif...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-22
Unbelievable build quality, Brilliant magnet system, Built-in wireless keyboard charging, Huge battery, Stellar performance, Beautiful screen with a brilliant aspect ratio, Phenomenal feeling keyboard for typing on the go, Fast and fluid gaming like nothi...
More potential than actual success for productivity, No multi-window features, Weird jank and stuttering issues, Problems with the keyboard connection at times, No microSD card support, Final Thoughts, It's amazing to think that this small package in my h...
Google's Nexus program has been around for nearly 6 years now, delivering many generations of phones throughout the years. Google has toyed with the idea of tablets throughout this entire time frame, delivering nearly half a dozen tablets in many forms, f...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-22
Iconic pixel design/build quality, Large vibrant display, Dual stereo speakers, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Keyboard is easy to type on, USB Type C
Lacks micro sd expansion, Mediocre camera, Expensive price tag, Keyboard responsiveness can be laggy
Along with the new Nexus smartphones, Google announced the latest addition to their tablet portfolio in late September. However, in a rather surprising move, this tablet doesn't feature the Nexus branding, but is instead the latest addition to the Pixel s...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-18
 Best Android tablet hardware on the market,  Outstanding keyboard accessory, Beautiful display, Above-average endurance
 Software still not fully optimized for tablet use after five years,  Too expensive relative to the competition,  Speakers could be better,
The Pixel C probably isn't the tablet you think it is. When it was announced a few months back alongside Google's new Nexus phones, it was presented with its optional keyboard connected and positioned not as a tablet, but as a convertible (in fact, that's...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-16
The Google Pixel C is a brand new Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow tablet with an optional keyboard accessory for the ultimate productivity and Android tablet experience. Google first revealed it earlier this year, and released it last week for $499. Now that I'...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-14
With the Pixel C, Google imagines a tablet as more than just a portable window into the internet. These things have to be good for more than endless Candy Crush and Netflix, right?AdvertisementThe current thinking is tablets needs to evolve, and so Google...
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