Google on Tuesday unveiled the Pixel C, a 10.2-inch tablet with optional keyboard accessory.
The Pixel C runs the company’s new Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system. It sports an Nvidia X1 quadcore processor and 3GB of RAM.
An optional Bluetooth keyboard attaches in a way that appears to make the device easy to use in both tablet and kickstand-laptop modes. Special charging technology means users won’t have to charge the keyboard separately from the Pixel C itself.
The Pixel C is similar in appearance to both Microsoft’s Surface lineup and Apple’s new iPad Pro with the optional keyboard accessory.
Google says the Pixel C will be available “in time for the holidays” starting at $499 for the tablet and $149 for the keyboard.
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