You've waited, and now it's here. The Pixel C has found its way into the Google Store. There it's available for the starting price of $499.99 for the 32GB model or $599.99 for 64GB.
This is the cheapest Pixel device Google has ever released, but it's not a laptop. It's a tablet, and instead of Chrome OS, it runs Android. But the hardware design will still look familiar to anyone who has followed Google's previous in-house efforts. The slate is made of aluminum, and the 10.2 screen packs 308 pixels into every inch.
To give the Pixel C that laptop feel, you need a keyboard. The magnetic keyboard Google showed off in the announcement is now shipping with a $149.99 price tag. The extension draws power from the tablet, so you shouldn't have to charge it directly.
A folio keyboard similar to what we saw launch alongside the Nexus 9 is available for $149.99 as well. So to get a screen with a keyboard, you're looking at spending $650 - $750.
The Pixel C moves the navigation buttons around, placing the Back and Home buttons on the left and Recents on the right. These changes aside, you're still looking at running Android on a 10-inch screen. Google hasn't done much to improve that experience, so keep that in mind as you hover your mouse over the buy button.
Pixel C availability
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the US.
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