Google has usually had other companies put together the hardware for their devices, but with the new Pixel C, they have tried to do pretty much everything in house. While the tablet looks pretty awesome and is more competition to the iPad Pro rather than the Microsoft Surface, there are a few things that are less than perfect. Check out the review at the link below before you jump on in and spend your hard-earned money.
All of a sudden, pretty much every computer maker wants a Surface-like convertible of their own. Apple's got the iPad Pro, of course, but Lenovo, Dell and HP are getting in on the action too. And now there''s the Pixel C from Google, a premium hybrid tablet built in-house (just like the Chromebook Pixel), with a keyboard accessory that attaches via frickin' magnets. Much like the iPad Pro, the Pixel C seems like an experiment to see just how far you can take a mobile OS into productivity territory typically handled by desktop platforms.