Last week, we reported that the Google Pixel C tablet was rumored for launch in a week’s time – and it seems that this particular rumor is definitely spot on as it is now available for purchase by interested parties to have them pick it up from their online hardware store. The Google Pixel C happens to be the very first tablet that has been specially designed as well as manufactured by Google themselves, which means that this is a 100% Google effort without any kind of partnership with other companies ala Nexus.
The Google Pixel C tablet was initially announced at the end of September this year, accompanying the Nexus 6P as well as the Nexus 5X smartphones. I guess this is one of those instances where you can definitely claim that good things come to those who wait. The 32GB model of the Google Pixel C tablet will set you back by $499 a pop, whereas those who would prefer to pick up the 64GB model will have to fork out an additional Benjamin. If you are interested in the keyboard dock that will attach itself to the tablet magnetically, then that would cost another $149.
Any takers for this potentially hot selling device? It would certainly make for more than a decent Christmas present. [Press Release]