|Screen Size||10.2 inches|
Google Pixel C Tablet 32gb Silver Aluminum Wifi Only
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|RAM Size||3 GB||4 GB||4 GB||3 GB||2 GB||3 GB|
|Connectivity Technology||wi-fi||bluetooth, micro usb, usb||usb||wi-fi, usb||—||wi-fi|
|Screen Size||10.2 in||9.7 in||9.7 in||10.2 in||8 in||8 in|
|Flash Memory Installed Size||—||32||32||—||16||32|
|Hard-Drive Size||—||64 GB||0 GB||64 GB||0 GB||0 GB|
|Item Dimensions||1 x 1 x 1 in||6.44 x 9.47 x 0.28 in||6.65 x 10.76 x 0.24 in||1 x 1 x 1 in||4.8 x 8.2 x 0.3 in||5.31 x 7.82 x 0.22 in|
|Item Weight||2.25 lbs||0.95 lb||0.95 lb||2 lbs||0.8 lb||0.6 lb|
|Native Resolution||—||—||—||2560x1800||1280 x 800||2048 x 1536 pixels|
|Operating System||—||Android 6.0 Marshmallow||Android 7.0 Nougat||Android Marshmellow||Android 6.0||Android 6.0, Marshmallow|
|Wireless Technology||WiFi||Wireless, Bluetooth||Bluetooth+ Wi-Fi||WiFi||Bluetooth||Bluetooth,Wifi|
Its 10" 308ppi display and 64-bit NVIDIA X1 quad-core processor gives you lightning-quick performance at your fingertips.
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So which one should you get? Buy into the ecosystem you prefer. Don't read reviews about the Google Pixel C vs the Apple iPad Air 2. Both tablets are toe to toe. The Pixel C has a better CPU+GPU, but you won't notice the speed difference. Not yet anyway.
I bought the Pixel C because I prefer the Google ecosystem, but have always envied iPad users. I really wanted an iPad for the longest time, but after owning a MacBook, I've decided the Apple ecosystem really wasn't for me. Not a knock against Apple UI. I love OS X and iOS, but prefer Android. When Google came out with the Pixel, it really was the answer for me. This is absolutely the premiere Android tablet experience.
However, if you're considering buying one of these, buy all means buy it direct from the Google Store. There's a lot of price gouging going on at Amazon. This tablet is only $500. That's what you pay at Google for it and they shipped it to me free.
I'm a huge Google and Android fan, having also owned several of their products including two Chromebooks, the Nexus 4, and Nexus 7. After growing tired and bored of my aging Nexus 7, I sold it, and began shopping around for a 9-10 inch Android tablet. At first, I was eyeing the Nexus 9, but the premium specs and build of the Pixel C caught my eye.
I'll keep the rest of this review short and sweet and just use bullet points:
- quality build, the aluminum body rivals that of the ipads. feels very solid in your hands. The construction is definitely on par with Google's Pixel line of Chromebooks. Very easy on the eyes, and nice to look at.
- beautiful screen...which is a understatement. The Pixel C's 308ppi is absolutely gorgeous, and watching 4k videos will blow your mind. I can't even bear to look at my 50in HDTV anymore.
- 3GB of ram and the Nvidia X1 pocessor makes every movement and operation seamless, smooth, and snappy. I have experienced NO lag while watching 4k videos or playing high definition 3D games on my Pixel C.
- the colorful lightbar/battery indicator on the back is a very nice touch.
To end, let me just say that I have experienced NONE of the glitches, freezes, or WIFI issues that some people have mentioned. I can take my Pixel C around my apartment, and the connection is still strong.
I HIGHLY recommend this tablet.
After a month of pretty heavy usage, the Pixel C continues to amaze me. The battery life on this tablet is amazing, and I easily get up to 2-2 1/2 days on a single charge, including usage and standby. I still have not experienced any wifi or other issues. This tablet is with every penny and then some for those looking for a premium Android tablet. Still highly recommended.
The first thing you’ll notice is it’s amazing screen. It has the highest pixel density of any tablet I’ve ever seen, at 308ppi – the 10.2” screen packs 2560x1800 pixel resolution. In non-technical terms – “Wow, that’s a crisp screen!” I teased my kids by putting a high-res video of a pool of water on it and asked them to get their hands wet. It’s so crisp you almost feel like you could.
It’s running the latest version of Android (“M”) and since it’s made by Google, it’s guaranteed to be one of the most up-to-date devices available. It also has an incredible 3GB of RAM, which is more than enough for any Android device. This helps it keep up with biggest competitors – the iPad Air 2 (which only has 2GB) and the Microsoft Surface 4 (which has 4GB but runs a much more demanding OS).
The last thing you’ll notice is the depletion of the battery. This thing will play video for over 12 hours straight! By comparison, the iPad Air 2 is estimated at 10 or so hours, and the Surface 4 gets fewer than 9 hours.
The tablet itself also looks and feels amazing. It is very light-weight (at least, until you attach the relatively heavy keyboard – which I suppose is to be expected) and has an aluminum frame that offers great device protection, but also looks absolutely fantastic on the device. It is thin and lightweight, and feels great to hold.
The speakers are surprisingly loud, but as can be expected, lack bass. (They’re tiny, what do you expect?)
Finally – this thing is *fast*. Seriously fast. I didn’t experience a moment of lag, even when I really put it to the test. “OK Google” works flawlessly,
The clincher is the price. $500 for an Android tablet is hard to swallow. But keep in mind, this isn’t anything like your glitch $50 kids tablet you got on Black Friday. This is a powerhouse. It keeps up in every way with Apple and Microsoft’s offerings.
I got to play with this for about three days because a friend has a pre-release model (same specs as release, just got it early) and then spent hours researching it - I have to say – I’m really amazed by it. If I can swing the $500 when it’s time, I’ll make it mine for sure. This is a truly awesome piece of equipment.
Cons: (All minor) Some apps stay in portriat mode ex:Snapchat, Instagram etc. (but that's a software issue so hopefully it will be adjusted). Another minor issue is that I wish the audio jack was on the left hand side and the volume and power button on the right. Being right handed I find my headphone cable getting in the way at times (you could use Bluetooth headphones)
Some people might view the fact that there are no physical "home" or "back" buttons as an issue. But I have never used an Android OS before so I had no problem with it.
I experienced NO issues with wifi connectivity like I have read in other reviews.
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