Google's Pixel C carefully pulled apart to reveal its tablet insides

Google's Pixel C is a tablet that has a resolution of 2560x1800, runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow, is powered by the NVIDIA Tegra X1 processor and 3GB of RAM, but what does it look like on the inside?

When we reviewed Google's tablet, we noted that while it sports a large, beautiful display and is of excellent build quality, there are some negatives like the fact it's rather heavy and some apps don't play nicely with landscape orientation. From the iFixit report:

"Google's first foray into tablet manufacture feels more like a designed-by-commitee piece of hardware than the ones they actually outsourced. What was the Pixel C supposed to be? Chrome OS-powered laplet? Or throwaway tablet? The tablet has tons of magnets to mount to the fancy keyboard—but with the single-window limitation of Android OS, why bother? The hardware is nicely streamlined, but stray cable boobytraps baffle. The components are wonderfully modular, but embedded in glue. Maybe the Pixel C will be better in its next life."

Check out our review for a comprehensive look at the Pixel C.

Read our in-depth Pixel C review

Rich Edmonds