This is the productivity tablet for you
Google has officially unveiled a wildcard device today: the Pixel C. The Pixel C is a tablet first but shines the best when paired with its optional keyboard. For one thing, the keyboard was designed as unobtrusively as possible and doesn’t use kickstands to keep it propped up when the tablet is on top. Instead, Google uses self-aligning magnets to keep everything neat and centered and are strong enough to keep both the tablet and the keyboard together when you’re carrying it around town. The keyboard obviously uses Bluetooth to keep it connected to the tablet, but Google says that you’ll never ever need to charge it yourself – the tablet itself charges the keyboard when not in use through inductive charging, and the search company says that the tablet is capable of lasting up to two months on a single charge.
The tablet itself uses NVIDIA’s Tegra X1 SoC, allong with a 10.2-inch display that has a 2560×1800 resolution, which comes out to 306 ppi. Surprisingly the tablet runs Android Marshmallow instead of Chrome OS, the first of Google’s Pixel range to do so. The tablet sports a USB Type-C connector as well as two configurations: 32GB and 64GB. As for pricing, you’re looking at $499 for the 32GB version (Php 23.3K) and $599 (Php 28K) for the 64GB version. The keyboard is an extra $149 (Php 7K).