Today Google pushed out the second public beta of Android 7.1.2 to Nexus and Pixel devices. For the most part, this update brought with it performance improvements, but the Pixel C got a refreshed look and feel as well as the addition of a new grid-style multitasking menu. Do you like the look of the new menu and think it should be the default on tablets?
Pixel C Stories March 20
Despite having the same name as the Pixel smartphone, Google hasn’t shown the same favor to the Pixel C tablet. Where the Pixel phones have had early access to things like Google Assistant and to new software versions, the Pixel C has been treated like a Nexus ─ that’s to say kept up to date but not given any preferential treatment. However, that has seemingly changed today…
Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!
Pixel C Stories January 31
Google no longer offers a 32GB model for the Pixel C tablet
Google hasn’t put much focus on tablets over the past year, but through everything, the company’s premium Pixel C tablet has persisted. However, recently the company has decided to remove one of the variants available for sale.
Pixel C Stories December 12, 2016
US, UK Google Store discounting 64GB Pixel C by $100 and keyboard accessory by $50
While Android tablets leave much to be desired, there is a clear winner if you are intending to buy one today. As named in our best tablets guide of 2016, the 64GB Pixel C and its cool magnetic keyboard is seeing a pretty hefty discount.
Pixel C Stories October 8, 2016
It’s been almost a year since I bought my first device with USB-C, the Nexus 6P. At first, the standard was still so young that it was pretty difficult to find accessories that worked properly and were actually useful. Fast forward to now and the market has changed, thanks in no small part to the growing number of USB C powered smartphones and tablets on the available today…
Pixel C Stories August 3, 2016
Multi-tasking on Android has never been great and while it is getting some major improvements with Android Nougat, it still can’t beat a standard desktop OS. The goal of Jide’s Remix OS has always been to create an OS based on Android that does multi-tasking well, and after releasing the latest version last week, Remix OS 3.0 is now available for Google’s most recent tablets.