We've been thinking about how to make tablets easier to use
Tablets often force you back to a laptop when you actually want to do something
Keyboard accessories are just that — accessories
Recapping how Chromebook Pixel has moved Chromebooks forward
touchpad, USB Type-C.....
When it comes to tablets, what would an ideal touch plus typing experience look like?
It's a dockable. No exposed screws. Minimal distractions
Closed, they're held together with self-aligning magnets
When you're ready to work, snap to the keyboard
No kickstand or clasp to get in the way
Keyboard connects via BT avoiding unsightly contacts
hold by tablet or keyboard. Hold upside down
Pixel C is designed for keyboard usability and tablet usability. 10.2 inch screen size
18.8mm pitch between keys — almost same as a regular laptop
Saved space by moving less used symbol keys to the touchscreen
We've tested the layout and found it to be a great experience
Keyboard attaches to the back so it's out of the way, but nearby
Android knows when to use the physical keyboard and when to switch to software keyboard
Small battery in keyboard, but you'll never have to charge it. Just close it and it charges wirelessly
Pixel C's display has 308ppi. 156x1800, 500 nits, sRGB color gamut. "
Great battery life"
Games really shine. Stereo speakers on either side
New mics for far-field voice input
All the great Marshmallow features you saw earlier are here. Software updates every six weeks
Pixel C coming for holidays — $499 for tablet, $149 for keyboard
More on Pixel C in coming months
Wrapping up here. Thanks for joining us, guys!