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By Phil Nickinson
Friday, Dec 25, 2015 at 4:00 pm EST
You've already read our comprehensive Pixel C review, now gaze upon our video review.
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Woah a video review. Cant remember the last time I've seen one of these from you guys.
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Your last was just now... just joking. Merry Christmas!
Don't really see this being a big hit....it's an android tablet and it does not really stick out in the crowd.
Because Google isn't selling them at stores like Best Buy. That's just my thoughts.
Why aren't Google selling them at Best Buy?
Because bb likes selling
I was thinking about getting the pixel c but in the end I opted for the galaxy tab s2.
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I have a nexus 10 and looking to upgrade. I was hoping the pixel C was the next generation of the nexus 10, but from all the negative reviews I can not decide if I should grab one.
How thin the the pixels C feel? Weight does not bother me, but the sharp edges might.
The price is the same as when I bought the nexus 10 and is the same as the newer Samsung 10", so that is not an issue.
I will not use a keyboard but I am waiting for a nice flip case like what google made for the nexus 10 (like the video mentioned) Most likely when a good case comes out, i will buy.
I love my Pixel C. The battery life is awesome and the screen is amazing. Had the Tab S2 but returned it because I couldn't stand touchwiz.
How does it differ from previous tablets like the Nexus 7 and 9 being that it was developed internally by Google?
Virtually the same OS wise, hardware is where the biggest difference is.
Loved Google Pixel C. The only problem is what I currently live in Brazil and I can not access the mobile.
If I don't want the keyboard, and I love the Nexus 10 as a daily use tablet, is this going to be a nice and noticeable upgrade? It really looks like the best Android tablet out right now and since I don't hold the tablet when I use it, the size isn't a problem for me. I don't want to replace my Nexus 10 with anything smaller than a 10 inch screen anyway. How does the sound compare to the Nexus 10?
a real tablet ..no aij 0 ess ...
The trouble here is the only thing setting this apart from other tabs like the nexus 9 and 10 is how pretty it is and the keyboard. And if they're going to to try and nail that niche market of people that need a tablet AND need to bang out articles or essays constantly on the go those people are probably going to buy a surface instead.
Not sure what Google's game plan here is.
I'm a sucker for all metal construction and straight sleek lines (love my 6P) but the more I look into the pixel c the more I find myself looking at Google and thinking
Bold move Cotton...let's see if it pays off.